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Scud is the Phillips family's pet dog. He is a bull terrier.

  • Beware of Vicious Dog: Only vicious from the toys' perspective, since he tears them up. With humans he seems relatively decent, particularly with Sid. (Then again, he did knock Hannah over like a bowling pin. Stupid dog indeed.)
  • Cowboy BeBop at His Computer: In-universe. A relatively benign example but several reviews at the time referred to him as a pitbull (though one memorably said he "looked like a carpeted killer whale") though the film never refers to his breed at all. If you look at an actual pitbull vs. a bull terrier, it's obvious which one he's supposed to be.
  • Dog Stereotype: Fits the "vicious bull terrier" stereotype.
  • Dragon Their Feet: While not the last obstacle Buzz and Woody have to overcome, he's the last actual enemy they contend with, going after them even after Sid's been dealt with.
  • Morality Pet: Young Sid treated him nicely and cared for him.
  • Right-Hand Attack Dog: Sid's.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: The only thing that will stop him from going after toys is a closed door or Sid's father.



Buster is the Davis family's pet dog. He is a dachshund.

  • Big, Friendly Dog: At least he is big from toys' perspective.
  • Canine Companion: Both to Andy and to Woody.
  • Cool Pet: To Woody. He does tricks for Woody and helps him rescue Wheezy. And how often does a toy have a real dog as a pet?
  • Good Counterpart: To Scud.
  • Old Dog: In the third film. He's slower, fatter, has a gray muzzle, and is too sluggish to carry Woody around like he did as a puppy.

    Mr. Jones
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker

He is Ron's pet iguana.

  • All Animals Are Dogs: Mr. Jones the iguana has a collar and acts like a dog.
  • The Dragon: To Ron, and quite literally since he is an iguana. However, he abandons his status upon defecting from Ron.
  • Heel–Face Turn: What a life of paradise can do for a character.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Played with. He is definitely the villain to the toys, but his behavior is more dog-like than reptilian, and clearly has no malicious intent to humans. It's later averted after his Heel–Face Turn.


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