|Residence|| Hometown (formerly)|
72 Oak Street, Downtown City
|Family|| Blythe Baxter (daughter)|
Lauren Baxter (wife)
Mo Baxter (sister)
Bobby Destruct'o (nephew)
|Debut||Blythe's Big Adventure Part One|
|Voiced by|| Michael Kopsa|
Gordon Maxwell (singing in Biskit Twins Rhapsody, uncredited)
- "Come on, Blythe. Have I ever steered you wrong?"
- —Roger Baxter, Blythe's Big Adventure Part One
Roger Baxter is Blythe's father. He is an airline pilot, meaning he is often away from home for a while.
Roger is a bit of a klutz when it comes to being a handyman, but is a superstar when it comes to being Blythe's father. He is also one of the only two person to be aware of Blythe's secret ability to talk to animals (the other is Youngmee).
Roger wears a red shirt with darker red plaid patterns and white buttons, blue pants, a belt and black shoes.He has a square face shape, brown hair, and bits of the roots around his ears starting to grow white. He has blue-green eyes.
Roger is shown to be a funny and fun-loving character. Though a fine pilot, he is ironically a terrible driver. He is shown to be somewhat clumsy and accident prone.
He is a bit behind the times, but often tries to be cool. He is very caring towards Blythe and tries to be understanding, even though he does often embarrass her.
In Blythe's Big Idea, he gives the idea of the airline he works with an idea for a "Pet Jet," based on his daughter's love of the pet shop.
In Littlest Pet Street - Part 2, it is revealed that he knew Blythe was able to speak to pets all along.
- When Blythe told Roger about the tortoise, he mentioned Blythe's mother by saying she used to have a pet tortoise and that her nickname was Betty.