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  • Sniffer Dog
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  • The Sniffer Dogs are canine creatures in Silent Hill 4: The Room that have long, prehensile tongues that they use to drain the blood of their prey. They serve the same function as Groaners and Double Heads from previous installments.
  • They have dirty, leathery skin which appears to be decaying and, strangely, make snarling sounds which resemble that of a large feline or even a frightened rat rather than a canine. Their gums are prominent and hold large, dagger-like canines. Both genders feed by wielding a whip-like tongue that the thrust into their victims. See the article on Sniffer Dog on Fandom's SilentHill wiki.
Other Appearances
  • Sinner's Reward
Attack
  • Melee
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Name
  • Sniffer Dog
ImageSize
  • 250
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Image caption
  • A male Sniffer Dog
Weapons
  • None
Debut
  • Silent Hill 4: The Room
Health
  • Low
Locations
  • Forest World
  • Subway World
  • Apartment World
  • Building World
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  • SnifferDogMale.png
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  • They have dirty, leathery skin which appears to be decaying and, strangely, make snarling sounds which resemble that of a large feline or even a frightened rat rather than a canine. Their gums are prominent and hold large, dagger-like canines. Both genders feed by wielding a whip-like tongue that the thrust into their victims. The male variety has visible eyes, ears and green tinted fur and flesh. Females are missing eyes and ears and are purple-tinted, with longer, sharper claws. The gender and rank of the Sniffer Dog is betrayed by their coloration. Green-tinged Sniffer Dogs, considered to be males, are weaker and less threatening than the purple-tinged variety, considered to be females. See the article on Sniffer Dog on Fandom's SilentHill wiki.
  • The Sniffer Dogs are canine creatures in Silent Hill 4: The Room that have long, prehensile tongues that they use to drain the blood of their prey. They serve the same function as Groaners and Double Heads from previous installments.