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SheepSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Dom shp15
Dom NH.png
Species Personality Gender
Sheep Emotion Pride NH Icon cropped.png Jock Male
Birthday March 18th Pisces
Quote "Be true to your most shiny self."
Catchphrase "indeedaroo"
Clothing Rainbow Tee[nb 1]
Tie-Dye Shirt[nb 2]
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese ちゃちゃまる
Korean 차둘
Italian Ovilio
German Dominik

Simplified Chinese 茶茶丸
French Bouloche
Spanish Fibrilio
Dutch Donny

Traditional Chinese 茶茶丸
Quebec French Bouloche
Latin American Spanish Fibrilio
Russian Дом

Phrase in other languages

Japanese ふんふん
Korean 뿜뿜
Italian veronò
German jau

Simplified Chinese 哇耶
French broutille
Spanish diiigo yo
Dutch precies

Traditional Chinese 哇耶
Quebec French broutille
Latin American Spanish digoyó
Russian точно-точно

Dom is a jock sheep villager in the Animal Crossing series. He first appeared in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and was added to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp to coincide with the release of the former.

In New Horizons, Dom has the play hobby and can run around with their arms extended at any time, rather than only outside Resident Services during a scripted activity with a group of villagers.



Dom in New Horizons.

Dom is a sheep villager with cream colored wool, light coral pink skin, white hooves, and pale crimson and light pink striped horns. He has large black eyes with two white glints of light in each, and a mouth shaped like the number three.


Below is a brief description of the jock personality. For more information, click here.

As a jock villager, Dom is energetic and has an interest in physical fitness and activity. He often talks about exercise or sports and may brag about his physical fitness. While often friendly to the player, he may comment on their fitness. During conversations with other villagers, he generally gets along well with peppy villagers due their similar hyper personalities and will also get along with smug villagers, while he may offend snooty villagers by critiquing their fitness and annoy cranky villagers with his hyper personality. In New Horizons, Dom goes to sleep at 12:30 AM and wakes up at 6:30 AM.

Villager information[edit]

In New Horizons[edit]

Be true to your most shiny self.


Birthday Personality Catchphrase
March 18 Pisces Jock (A) indeedaroo
Default Clothing Tie-Dye Shirt NH Icon.png Tie-Dye Shirt
Favorite Styles Active and Cute
Favorite Colors
Hobby Play
Carried Bag Veggie
Book Comic
Food Donut
Drink Tea can or yellow mug
Popsicle Orange


In New Horizons[edit]

In New Horizons, if Dom is the one of the starter villagers, his house will have craftable items primarily from the Wooden Series.

Other appearances[edit]

In Pocket Camp[edit]

Dom was added to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on March 20, 2020,[1] coinciding with the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp villager information

Dom's Pocket Camp icon

Dom is always gazing up at the sky...even in the middle of a conversation. He claims he's keeping his head up in search of a brighter future, but he swears he never looks directly at the sun.
 Preferred theme:
PC Banner - Hip.png
 Primary reward:
Paper PC Icon.png Paper
 Version added:

Needed to Invite:

Blathers PC icon.png  This villager can be unlocked through Blathers's Treasure Trek.

Friendship Rewards:
Rainbow Tee PC Icon.png
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Rainbow Tee
and Sparkle Stone
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Kick Scooter PC Icon.png

Kick Scooter
Craft Unlock
Level 7 Level 9 Level 15
Dom's Pic PC Icon.png
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Dom‎‎'s Pic
and Sparkle Stone
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Level 20 Level 25 Level 30
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Sparkle Stones PC Icon.png

Sparkle Stone
Level 35 Level 40 Level 45


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ちゃちゃまる
From 茶茶 chacha (disruption) and 丸 maru (a common boy's name suffix).

Korean 차둘
From Japanese name ちゃちゃまる, which uses ちゃ cha twice (둘 Dul means two). Or from 차두리 Cha du-ri (retired South Korean professional footballer).

Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
茶茶丸 / 茶茶丸
Same as his Japanese name.

Russian Дом
Same as his English name.

Dutch Donny Similar to his English name; changed due to dom meaning "dumb" in Dutch.

German Dominik Same as his English name in the sense of Dom being short for Dominic.

European Spanish Fibrilio From fibra, a thread or filament from which a vegetable tissue, mineral substance, or textile is formed.

European French Bouloche Pills (of textile). Balls of fibre formed on clothing through usage.

Italian Ovilio From ovile (sheepfold).

See also[edit]


  1. Pocket Camp
  2. New Horizons


  1. Bri Bri (March 20, 2020). "New Animals Are Here!". Japanese Nintendo. Retrieved October 27, 2020.