"Let's Hit the Road Part 1" In which the Road Rovers come together for the first time and set off on their first mission to duel the General Parvo, the Lieutenant Groomer, and their first two Cano- Mutants.
"Dawn of the Groomer Part 2" In which the Groomer defies Parvo and retreats to Egpyt with three of her felo mutants and tries an ancient Egyptian ritual to grant herself eternal life.
"Reigning Cats and Dogs Part 3" In which Parvo goes back in time in the form of a cat and becomes the pet of William Shepherd, who is just now perfecting his Trans-Dogmifier and plans to create the future Road Rovers.
"Storm From the Pacific" In which the Rovers are pitted against a new enemy, Captain Zachary Storm, a militant who was discharged from the military and is now out for revenge. Also, Muzzle gets his chance to demonstrate what an asset he is to the team.
"Let Sleeping Dogs Lie" In which the Road Rovers travel to Japan when Shiba Inu Cano-Mutant Ninjas aid Parvo in his crazed scheme to awaken a dinosaur family and use them to wreak havoc.
"Hunter's Heroes" In which Colleen and Shag sneak themselves into a facility where Parvo is keeping hundreds of dogs that he will transform into his servants at his liesure.
"A Hair of the Dog that Bit You" In which the Road Rovers travel to England to fight a group of werewolves wreaking havoc. When a werewolf begins to create problems at Mission Control, it is obvious that one of their teammates is infected. But which Road Rover is it? And can they stop their infected comrade before he/she destroys mankind?
"The Dog Who Knew Too Much" In which a small dog from San Fransisco witnesses the kidnapping of his master and is trans-dogmified to go to court and testify with the aid of the Road Rovers, who have no idea what they are in for.
"Still A Few Bugs in the System" In which the Road Rovers find themselves facing three mutant insects and receive no help from Muzzle, who has fallen head over hocks in love with Parvo's female rottweiler, Greta.
"Where Rovers Dare" In which the Road Rovers attempt to create a peace between two warring countries with the aid of a pack of wolves.
"Of Gold and Retrievers" In which a decrease in world currency causes the Road Rovers to travel to South America, where they meet up with a young blind boy who's dog has been taken by mutant pirhana fish.
"Take me to Your Leader" In which the world leaders find themselves brainwashed into warring with one another. It is up to the Road Rovers to save the world from nuclear war and from their own masters.
"Let's Hit the Road Part 1" Unforunately, the last episode, in which the Road Rovers go out on a normal day of missions, and it is discovered that Hunter has a photo of a beautiful female dog, which the Rovers assume to be his girlfriend.