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2018 (MMXVIII) was a common year which started on a Monday. This page is an archive of PAW Patrol-related events for the year.

Timeline

January

February

March

  • March 6: "Pups Save Luke Stars" and "Pups Save Chicken Day" premiered in the United States, completing all Season 4 premieres for the country.
  • March 8: "Pups Save a High-Flying Skye" and "Pups Go for the Gold" premiered in the United States.
  • March 9: The DVD "汪汪隊立大功4" was released in Taiwan.
  • March 14: A broadcasting of "Pups Save Baby Humdinger" and "Pups Save a Piñata" was interrupted when Nickelodeon went dark for 17 minutes in support of a walkout protesting gun violence following the deaths of 17 students and faculty members at a school in Parkland, Florida.
  • March 30: "Pups Save an Extreme Lunch" and "Pups Save a Cat Burglar" premiered in the United States.

April

May

June

July

August

  • August 4: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save the Flying Diving Bell" and "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Soggy Farm" premiered in Canada.
  • August 7: The DVD "Pups Save the School" was released in Canada.
  • August 10: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Tigers" premiered in the United States.
  • August 11: "Pups Save the Butterflies" and "Pups Save an Underground Chicken" premiered in Canada.
  • August 18: "Pups Save the Bookmobile" and "Pups Save Heady Humdinger" premiered in Canada.
  • August 22: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • August 25: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller" premiered in Canada.

September

  • September 1: "Pups Save the PawPaws" and "Pups Save a Popped Top" premiered in Canada.
  • September 3: "Rocky Saves Himself" and "Pups and the Mystery of the Driverless Snow Cat" premiered in the United States.
  • September 8: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Royal Kitties" premiered in Canada.
  • September 10: "Pups Save the Kitty Rescue Crew" and "Pups Save an Ostrich" premiered in Mexico, Brazil and Greece.
  • September 11: "Mighty Pups", a 44-minute special and longest single episode of PAW Patrol to date, was released on DVD exclusively at Walmart ahead of its television premiere.
    • "Pups Save Big Paw" and "Pups Save the Hum-Mover" premiered in Mexico, Brazil, and Greece.
  • September 12: "Pups Save a High-Flying Skye" and "Pups Go for the Gold" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • September 13: "Pups Save an Extreme Lunch" and "Pups Save a Cat Burglar" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • September 14: "Pups Save the Butterflies" and "Pups Save an Underground Chicken" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • September 15: "Pups Save the Snowshoeing Goodways" and "Pups Save a Duck Pond" premiered in Canada.
  • September 17: "Pups Save the Kitty Rescue Crew" premiered in Poland.
  • September 18: "Pups Save an Ostrich" premiered in Poland.
  • September 19: "Pups Save the Hum-Mover" premiered in Poland.
  • September 20: "Pups Save Big Paw" premiered in Poland.
    • "Pups Save an Underground Chicken" premiered in Greece.
  • September 21: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Movie Monster" premiered in the United States.
    • "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Sunken Sloop" premiered in Poland.
    • "Pups Save the Bookmobile" and "Pups Save Heady Humdinger" premiered in Greece.
  • September 22: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Tilly Turbot" and "Pups Save an Upset Elephant" premiered in Canada.
  • September 24: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Wiggly Whale" premiered in Poland.
    • "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller" premiered in Greece.
  • September 25: "Pups Save a High-Flying Skye" premiered in Poland.
    • "Pups Save the PawPaws" and "Pups Save a Popped Top" premiered in Greece.
  • September 26: "Pups Go for the Gold" premiered in Poland.
  • September 27: "Pups Save an Extreme Lunch" premiered in Poland.
  • September 28: "Pups Save a Cat Burglar" premiered in Poland.

October

November

  • November 4: "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller", "Sea Patrol: Pups Save the Flying Diving Bell", and "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Soggy Farm" premiered in Poland.
  • November 12: "Mighty Pups" premiered in the United States, two months and one day after its early DVD release.
  • November 16: "Pups Save a Cuckoo Clock" and "Pups Save Ms. Marjorie's House" premiered in the United States.
  • November 19: "Pups Save the Bookmobile" and "Pups Save Heady Humdinger" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • November 20: "Pups Save the PawPaws" and "Pups Save a Popped Top" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • November 21: "Pups Save Thanksgiving" and "Pups Save a Windy Bay" premiered in the United States.
    • "Pups Save the Snowshoeing Goodways" and "Pups Save a Duck Pond" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • November 22: "Rocky Saves Himself" and "Pups and the Mystery of the Driverless Snow Cat" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • November 23: "Pups Save the Trick-or-Treaters" and "Pups Save an Out of Control Mini-Patrol" premiered in Mexico and Brazil.
  • November 30: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Swamp Monster" and "Ultimate Rescue: Pups and the Hidden Golden Bones" premiered in the United States.

December

  • December 14: "Pups Save a Frozen Camp Out" and "Pups Save the Fizzy Pickles" premiered in the United States.
  • December 15: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Movie Monster" premiered in Canada.
  • December 22: "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Tigers" premiered in Canada.
  • December 25: "Rocky Saves Himself", "Pups and the Mystery of the Driverless Snow Cat", "Mission PAW: Pups Save a Royal Concert", and "Mission PAW: Pups Save the Princess' Pals" premiered in Canada.
  • December 31: "Pups Save a Pluck-O-Matic" and "Pups Save a Mascot" premiered in the United States.
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