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Illustration showing a Saint Bernard dog looking friendly and gentle, contrasting with the portrayal in Cujo film

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Question: Is Cujo (1983 film) an accurate representation of Saint Bernard dogs?

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While "Cujo" is a popular 1983 horror movie featuring a Saint Bernard dog that turns aggressive after being bitten by a bat, it's important to remember that it's a work of fiction and not an accurate representation of Saint Bernard dogs, or any dog breed for that matter. Saint Bernards are typically known for being gentle, friendly, and good with families, including children. They are often calm, easygoing and like to be around people. They were historically bred for rescue missions in the Swiss Alps, leveraging their strength, intelligence, and sense of direction. As with any breed, behavior can depend largely on individual temperaments and experiences, but also significantly on their upbringing, socialization, and training. It's always important to consider these factors rather than making a judgment about a breed based on a character in a film.

Answered by gpt-4

March 12, 2024, 1:42 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2024

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