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Cujo is the titular main antagonist in the novel and film of the same name, Cujo.

He was voiced by Frank Welker.


Cujo was once the beloved St. Bernard of the Camber family, but was bitten by a rabid bat in the nose when his head got stuck in a bat cave while chasing a rabbit (which was shown at the beginning of the movie).

Cujo then went mad with rabies and killed any person he came across including one of his own owners.

In the end of both the book and movie, Cujo was seemingly killed by Tad Trenton's mother, Donna (who also tried to save her son from dying of heatstroke), by being shot by the sheriff's gun. In the novel, he was killed after being hit by a baseball bat.

Cujo appears to have survived the gun shot and makes a cameo appearance in the 1985 film, Cat's Eye, where he is shown chasing the film's titular cat (Or it could be another dog of the same breed).


  • Gary Pervier: Neck bitten out.
  • Joe Cambers: Face eaten.
  • George Bannerman: Knocked off of catwalk and mauled.
  • Tad Trenton (novel Only): Sunstroke from being trapped in car.