This Dad’s Data May Have Unleashed a “Paw Patrol” Secret

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There’s some seriously furry favoritism going on in Paw Patrol. Data reporter and dad, Christopher Ingraham, recently analyzed the number of times Ryder assigns rescue duties and the results probably aren’t what you’d expect.

For a show that’s all about teamwork, Paw Patrol is heavily relying on one pup’s presence. As it turns out, based on Ingraham’s stats Chase has 61 deployments in seasons four through six. While that might not seem like a lot, Zuma only had 16!

Ingraham tweeted his findings (complete with a graph of the data), getting plenty of responses from Zuma fans who were equally outraged at the deployment disparity. In a response to his initial post, Ingraham added, “Imagine having six dogs, and taking one of them on walkies four times as often as another one. What kind of example is this setting for our children?”

Of course, Zuma wasn’t the only pup missing out on the glory of rescue assignments. According to Ingraham’s chart, Sky had the second most deployments at 48, Rocky had 39, Rubble had 26 and Marshall had 25.

Even though the division of deployments isn’t exactly equal, we’re pretty sure this data will in no way impact your child’s overwhelming desire to watch Paw Patrol over and over and over again.

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Paw Patrol via Instagram



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