Films: Dogs (1976)
Alias: Various dog breeds
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: Varies across breeds.
Summary: What's there not to love about dogs? They're loyal, cute, and overall fun to be around. But keep in mind that they were descended from pack-hunting animals. So they won't hesitate to regress, given the right circumstances...
History: The government once again screws up, releasing a special pheromone into the southern California countryside. This pheromone drives the local dog population insane, and makes them hunt down humans in packs.
Notable Kills: A Doberman apparently wanted to ape "Psycho", but forgot the knife.
Final Fate: Eventually, the dogs kill just about everyone in the town. Almost no survivors are left, and it's heavily implied that cats are going to get infected too. Why couldn't this be the premise for that stupid "Cats and Dogs" movie?
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-These dogs kill you in numbers. One is already enough to maul you, but they are almost never alone. It's a nightmare for all you animal lovers.
Trivia: -This film is also known as "Slaughte"r.
-Feral dogs aren't as fictional as you think. Indeed, those without masters and/or proper care range in the millions, and can prove to be problematic for humans and even other species due to how efficient they are as hunters.