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Gender: Female
Personality: Sweet
Species: Horse
Birthday: November 28th
Initial Phrase: "neighbor"
Initial Clothes: "Lite Polka Shirt"
Pic Quote: N/A
Appearance(s): Animal Forest,
Animal Forest +,
Animal Crossing,
Animal Forest e+,
Animal Crossing: City Folk

Peaches (ドサコ, Dosako) is a horse villager in the Animal Crossing series with a sweet personality. Her catchphrase, "neighbor", is a pun on the sound horses make. She is absent in Animal Crossing: Wild World and reappeared in Animal Crossing: City Folk.


Peaches is a pink horse with orange cheeks, red hair, a white stripe on her nose. She wears a Lite Polka Shirt. Her eyes are crosses, like Stitches, but are not seen as crosses until she blinks. The horizontal lines seem to be eyelashes, and the vertical lines seem to be her actual eyes, giving her a unique appearance.


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

Peaches has a sweet personality. She is shy and caring, and may get upset easily. When she asks the player for favors, she often compliments their speed (even if it actually takes a while). She wakes up at 5am like other sweet villagers, and will appear inside towards the middle of the day. She will enjoy partaking in the usual hobbies; bug catching, fishing, fossil hunting, and the others. She may mention an unseen friend called Moppina, an imaginary friend which comes from her hygiene and cleanliness concerns. Peaches will get on well with peppy and lazy villagers, appearing motherly or sisterly towards them. She may become upset when talking to a cranky villager, due to their cruel nature which makes them appear rude when talking about other villagers. She enjoys talking to the player; if you make her upset, she will bounce back and give you a present.


In City Folk, Peaches has a kiddie theme to her house. In Animal Crossing, she has slight nursery theme to her room - she has the kiddie wall and the playroom floor, an elephant slide, and a wobbelina. Peaches also has the Dekkoid set of gyroids. "Señor K.K." plays in her house on a kiddie stereo.