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Deputy Peck
Character Information
Gender: Male
Show: Sheriff Callie's Wild West
Also known as: Deputy Peck
Occupation: Deputy of Nice and Friendly Corners
Species: Woodpecker
Age: 18+
Friends: Sheriff Callie, Toby (best friend), Sparky, Priscilla, Tio, Uncle Bun, Ella, Clementine, Farmer Stinky, Dusty and Dirty Dan, Mr. Dillo, Pedro
Enemies: Coyote Bandits, Billy Goat the Kid, Tricky Travis
Catchphrase(s): "Ouchity Ouch Ouch Ouch!"
"Oh Tailfeathers!" "Hoppin' Horsefeathers!", "Holy Jalapeños!"
"...on the account of I'm the deputy!"
Voiced by: Lucas Grabeel

Deputy Peck is Callie's trusty deputy and love interest. He has a brown vest with a star badge and a brown hat and a mule named Clementine who may be slow but is very brave and knows how to take it easy. He likes to eat corn and prairie peppers, but his most favorite food is Trail Mix in, "Peck's Trail Mix Mix Up". Sometimes Peck can lie. He can also brag.


Peck is loyal, honest, hardworking, and kind but in "Horseshoe Peck", he is a bad sport bragging and boasting that he is the best at horseshoe tossing, until Sheriff Callie taught him a lesson about being a good sport. Also, in "Jail Crazy", when Callie made Peck the substitute sheriff so she can fill in for the mail, he became obsessed with the rules in his rulebook, that he sent everyone in jail even the singing prairie dogs for "rule-breaking". But his bossiness got the best of him when Billy Goat the Kid who broke out of another jail cell began looting the stores and cornered the cowardly Peck, until Callie came to rescue, and taught Peck a lesson to be nice and friendly regardless of the rules. In "Peck's Trail Mix Mix Up", he put a hole in his trail mix bag and thought everyone was eating it.

He is a bit of perfectionist, a little impatient, and a total neat freak. And whenever something goes wrong, he gets annoyed very quickly. Also, in "Parotting Pedro", Peck put Pedro in jail for imitating him, and eventually ran away. When Callie took Pedro to Echo Canyon, Pedro realized that imitating Peck made him feel silly and apologized.