|“||He's won Best in Show at the All Islands Viking Sheep Festival four years running. [src]||”|
|— Duggard the Decisive|
Haggis is a recurring sheep character appearing in the series, Dragons: Rescue Riders.
Haggis meets some new friends in the episode, "The Nest", four of which are dragons. He helps them be accepted into the town of Huttsgalor by trotting up to Burple and exchanging friendly licks. Later, the human Magnus Finke tried to frame the dragons by kidnapping Haggis and then blaming his disappearance on the dragons, claiming they ate him.
Burple mentions he counts 'Haggises' jumping over his head to fall asleep in "Heavy Metal".
In "Mechano-Dragon", Haggis was hiding in a tent, while the entire village was waiting for him to see his shadow, which would mean the beginning of Spring. However, Haggis refused to exit the tent, which made Dak pick up the tent, so that the sheep would be in the open. Haggis then noticed his shadow and started running in circles, afraid of it. Dak quickly covered Haggis with the tent, which calmed the sheep down. Later that night, Haggis watched alongside Duggard the firework show made by the Rescue Riders. The sheep briefly saw his shadow again and jumped on the chief. Duggard calmed him down by pettiing him gently.
In a flashback during "Summer Holiday", Haggis fell into the water and Finngard Borgomon jumped after him in order to rescue the sheep. However, he failed, and the Rescue Riders had to drag both of them out of the water.
In "Puff Enuf", Haggis climbed several ladders in order to reach a box full of apples. He slipped and fell, but fortunately was caught by Winger before he could sink into the water. Dak then gave him an apple and the sheep went away happily.
In "Hot, Hot, Hot", Magnus built an improved Mechano-Dragon and was looking for someone to be rescued. He asked the whereabouts of Haggis, who sneaked up on the man and bleated in his ear. Magnus jumped away scared, almost felling into a well.
In "Charged Up", Haggis wandered into Boiling Springs Valley, but was sent back to the village by Burple. Later, he admired a sculpture of himself made by Duggard, when he was suddenly interrupted by a rampaging Mechano-Dragon. Haggis found safety in the forest, and after the machine was destroyed, the sheep rammed into it to make sure it doesn't power up again.
In "Belly Flop", Haggis ate the Seven Spice Seafood Surprise Dak had hidden under a bucket, prompting the boy to recreate the dish. After several failed attempts, he made Haggis his test subject, but the sheep spit out the horrible food and ran away from the Roost.
Haggis is a standard white-wooled sheep with a grey face and small black curling horns. He also has narrow aqua-colored irises.
Haggis is a very out-going sheep, and easily accepts strangers, even dragon ones.
|Rescue Riders, Season 1|
|1. "The Nest":||Appears||8. "Bad Egg":||Appears|
|2. "Deep Trouble":||Absent||9. "Home Alone":||Absent|
|3. "Boo to You":||Appears||10. "Slobber Power":||Appears|
|4. "Where There's Smoke":||Absent||11. "Crash Course":||Absent|
|5. "Heavy Metal":||Mentioned||12. "Furious Fun":||Appears|
|6. "Iced Out":||Appears||13. "Grumblegard, Part 1":||Absent|
|7. "Sick Day":||Absent||14. "Grumblegard, Part 2":||Appears|
|Rescue Riders, Season 2|
|1. "Double Finked":||Absent||7. "Hot, Hot, Hot":||Appears|
|2. "Divewings":||Absent||8. "High Anxiety":||Appears|
|3. "Mecha-Menace":||Appears||9. "King Burple":||Absent|
|4. "Summer Holiday":||Appears||10. "Charged Up":||Appears|
|5. "Treasure Riders":||Appears||11. "Belly Flop":||Appears|
|6. "Puff Enuf":||Appears||12. "Game of Horns":||Appears|
|Dragons: Rescue Riders Other Media|
|1. Dragons: Rescue Riders: Hunt for the Golden Dragon:||Mentioned||3. Dragons: Rescue Riders: Huttsgalor Holiday:||Appears|
|2. Dragons: Rescue Riders: Secrets of the Songwing:||Appears|
- Haggis is the name of a Scottish pudding dish made from certain organs of sheep, mixed with oatmeal, suet, and spices, then stuffed into the animal's stomach and cooked.
|Non-Dragon Characters of|
DreamWorks Dragons and How to Train Your Dragon Books