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|family = Miss Prissy (wife)<br>[[Savage Sam (character)|Savage Sam]] (son)|voice = |fullname = Old Yeller|alias = Yeller|occupation = Labrador retriever}}{{Quote 2|'''Ripslinger:''' "You know, they shot Old Yeller at the end, you twits."<br>'''Ned:''' "Oh! Spoiler alert!"|[[Ripslinger]] from ''[[Planes]]'' mentioning Old Yeller's fate to [[Ned and Zed]]}}
 
|family = Miss Prissy (wife)<br>[[Savage Sam (character)|Savage Sam]] (son)|voice = |fullname = Old Yeller|alias = Yeller|occupation = Labrador retriever}}{{Quote 2|'''Ripslinger:''' "You know, they shot Old Yeller at the end, you twits."<br>'''Ned:''' "Oh! Spoiler alert!"|[[Ripslinger]] from ''[[Planes]]'' mentioning Old Yeller's fate to [[Ned and Zed]]}}
'''Old Yeller''' is the titular tritagonist of the [[Old Yeller|movie of the same name]]. He is a Mastador and a hero. At first, he causes trouble such as scaring [[Travis Coates|Travis]]' mule, Jumper, and stealing food from his family, which angers him deeply. However, after Old Yeller saves Travis' younger brother, [[Arliss Coates|Arliss]], from a mother bear, Travis changes his mind and grows fond of him. They become good friends and work together to keep the farm in order and safe. However, one night, when a wolf attacks, Old Yeller is bitten during the fight and gets rabies as a result. Travis is distraught about this, and reluctantly has to shoot him to put him out of his misery. Afterwards, he makes a grave for him and buries him in it, then he starts raising his son, [[Savage Sam (character)|Savage Sam]], planning to make him just like his dad.
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'''Old Yeller''' is the title character of the [[Old Yeller|movie of the same name]]. He is a Mastador and a hero. At first, he causes trouble such as scaring [[Travis Coates|Travis]]' mule, Jumper, and stealing food from his family, which angers him deeply. However, after Old Yeller saves Travis' younger brother, [[Arliss Coates|Arliss]], from a mother bear, Travis changes his mind and grows fond of him. They become good friends and work together to keep the farm in order and safe. However, one night, when a wolf attacks, Old Yeller is bitten during the fight and gets rabies as a result. Travis is distraught about this, and reluctantly has to shoot him to put him out of his misery. Afterwards, he makes a grave for him and buries him in it, then he starts raising his son, [[Savage Sam (character)|Savage Sam]], planning to make him just like his dad.
   
 
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Ripslinger: "You know, they shot Old Yeller at the end, you twits."
Ned: "Oh! Spoiler alert!"
Ripslinger from Planes mentioning Old Yeller's fate to Ned and Zed

Old Yeller is the title character of the movie of the same name. He is a Mastador and a hero. At first, he causes trouble such as scaring Travis' mule, Jumper, and stealing food from his family, which angers him deeply. However, after Old Yeller saves Travis' younger brother, Arliss, from a mother bear, Travis changes his mind and grows fond of him. They become good friends and work together to keep the farm in order and safe. However, one night, when a wolf attacks, Old Yeller is bitten during the fight and gets rabies as a result. Travis is distraught about this, and reluctantly has to shoot him to put him out of his misery. Afterwards, he makes a grave for him and buries him in it, then he starts raising his son, Savage Sam, planning to make him just like his dad.

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