Lead by Sergeant Marcus Griggs, the unit served in Urzikstan in 2019 against Al-Qatala and were tasked with assisting Alex in apprehending The Wolf. With help from Alex, Demon Dogs were able to fight their way to the hospital where The Wolf was located, though three of their own had been captured and were planned to be executed. Alex and Grigg's manage to prevent the executions of three Marines and capture The Wolf before moving him to the American Embassy.
In the cutscene after completing the intel mission “The War Room”, Griggs is heard at the beginning saying that him and the Demon Dogs have cordoned off the nuclear missile silo. However, they are not seen.
- Detachment Bravo
- Detachment Charlie
- A Squadron
- Marcus Griggs (leader and former announcer)
- Wayne "D-Day" Davis
- Damian Raines
- Alexia "Alice" Valenzuela
- Shane Sparks
- Frank Woods (non-canon)
When playing as the Coalition, players can plays as three distinct members of Demon Dogs; D-Day, Alice and Raines. Following the Call of Duty: Warzone event Know Your History, Frank Woods was added to the Demon Dogs roster. Sgt. Marcus Griggs was also added as a playable operator in Season Six. Shane Sparks was added during Season Two of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
- The name is likely based on the term Teufelshunden, which was a nickname allegedy given to the US Marines in World War I by Germans and later embraced by the Marines. It is more commonly translated as devil dogs but can also be translated as demon dogs.