Silkie is Starfire's pet, who appears in most of the episodes. He is by far the most occurring Little Buddy, and recognized as part of the Teen Titan family.Robin. He has all the same powers and abilities as Robin, and is often seen stealing food from the Titans. He debuted in "Super Robin". Beat Box in "Power Moves". It now appears throughout the series, owned by Robin.
The Universe Staff debuts in "Staff Meeting", where it is originally a mystical tree, which Robin cuts down. He then becomes a stick, which Robin uses as a temporary staff. When Robin gets his old staff back, he abandons the Universe Staff, and he is now used as a toilet plunger. Later in the series, he becomes Robin's little buddy.Raven. A pest who constantly tried to escape the portal, only to be banished again by Raven. But in "Little Buddies", it is revealed Raven has developed a friendly bond with the demon, who is now her little buddy.
Dave is Beast Boy's pet wolf, who debuts in "Little Buddies". He seems to be far from domesticated, constantly attacking the Titans, most notably Robin. However, after Pain Bot unleashes his weapons on him, he retreats in fear.
- In "Little Buddies", they all had a showdown to see who would stay in the tower.
- Silkie won the battle with ease, by devouring Pain Bot, who defeated/scared the rest of the Little Buddies.
- In Brian, they had to save the Titans from the clutches of the Brain.
- Robin has the most Little Buddies, having four (Super Robin, Birdarang, Universe Tree, Beat Box).
- Dave is the only Little Buddy to be a naturally born animal from Earth. The Super Robin does not count due to its altered DNA.
- Silkie is the most occurring little buddy in the series, he is also the first.
- The Talking Birdarang and Universe Staff are the only Little Buddies who can properly speak.
- Pain Bot can only say two phrases ("Pain" and "All I know is pain") and Super Robin can only use wing motions (as though they were arms and hands) to convey messages.
- The Demon is the least occurring Little Buddy.
- Strangely resembling his owner's withdrawn personality.