Films: Baxter (1989)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average terrier.
Summary: Most would scoff at the question of what a dog is thinking. But they'd be in for a surprise. Dogs can be quite intelligent when they want to be. Or in Baxter's case, too intelligent...
History: Baxter is a miniature Bull-Terrier who enjoys having active and young owners. He doesn't like his current owner for her sedentary nature, and has her killed so that he can be adopted by a young couple. All seems well until they have a kid of their own. Soon, Baxter is put under the care of a budding neo-Nazi...for all the good that implies...
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Baxter and the boy come into conflict due to the former refusing to kill on another’s terms, and the latter murdering his new puppies. The boy wins by telling him to heel so he can be stabbed.
Weakness: Standard dog commands have a vice grip on his psyche.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Don't let that adorable puppy face fool you. This is one sociopathic, horrid little hell-hound who believes that the weak must die and he get all the attention. It's only fitting his demise came from someone just as depraved as he, just as he was developing some sense of empathy.
Trivia: -The German title is "Bell mir das Lied vom Tod", which roughly translates to "The Bells of the Song of Death".
-Contrary to Baxter, most miniature Bullies are actually very friendly, and welcome people from all walks of life.