- "Raptors prey on the prized herd of longhorns that belong to Butch and his Tyrannosaurus Rex family. Raptors—or Rustlers, as Butch calls them—sport wiry, feathered bodies and hardly compare in size or strength to a T-Rex. But as a group, the Raptors pose quite a threat, and even a T-Rex may need to call in reinforcements before tangling with them.
Bubbha (voiced by Dave Boat) is the leader of the Velociraptors who has blue and purple skin. He is the tertiary antagonist of the film.
Lurleane (voiced by Carrie Paff) is the only female of Bubbha's gang who has light red skin. She is one of the quaternary antagonists of the film.
Pervis (voiced by Mackenzie Grant) is the dumb Velociraptor who has a light-gray skin. He is one of the quaternary antagonists of the film.
Earl (voiced by John Ratzenberger) is the unhinged one liner Velociraptor who has a light bluish skin. He is one of the quaternary antagonists of the film.
They first appear when Arlo alerts them to his presence because of the bite to his leg from Spot by screaming, Bubbha asks him what he's doing, Arlo nervously replies that he is doing nothing, but Earl suggests otherwise, and says to him that any trespassers must be killed, but Butch, Nash and Ramsey come in to counter-attack, Pervis starts to attack Arlo first, while Bubbha goes for Nash, But Ramsey saves him from Bubbha, while Lurleane and Pervis pin Butch, Arlo attacks them, then they try to attack him back, but they get defeated by Butch throwing Lurleane and Pervis away, also with Bubbha and Earl retreating and nearly getting his tail bitten off by Butch. They are not seen again for the rest of the film.
- Earl is one of the least recognizable portrayals of John Ratzenberger, next to Mustafa and Gordon (from Brave) due to having one line and speaking with a southern accent.
- Pervis strongly resembles Nuka, the secondary antagonist of The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
- Their portrayal in the movie is fairly accurate. Fossils do show evdience that Velociraptors did indeed have feathers, however, unlike the movie in which only a few sections of their body are covered with feathers, their entire bodies, minus the exception of the snout.