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The domesticated dog of the Indian camp. White Fang becomes hostile to and fights with this dog.
The kindest master White Fang ever has. He completely changes White Fang’s attitude and is responsible for White Fang’s transformation from an aggressive wolf-dog into a faithful, responsible house dog. He is a mining expert.
An explorer in the Northland Wild who falls prey to the wolves.
Bill’s companion who survives the ordeal in the wild due to the chance intervention of a group of strangers.
Kiche’s Mate and the father of White Fang. He is killed in a fight with the female lynx.
An aggressive creature with a bad temper. She fights with the she-wolf, but is later killed by her.
Large Gray Wolf
One of the leaders of the wolf pack. He is a prospective mate of Kiche, but is killed in a fight.
One of the mates of Kiche. He is killed by One Eye in a fight.
The Indian to whom Gray Beaver owes a debt.
An Indian from whom White Fang gets his first pleasurable experience of physical affection.
The son of Gray Beaver. He learns to tame dogs and drive sleds.
Gray Beaver’s Squaw who is a kindly woman.
An old dog of whom White Fang is at first afraid. This changes when White Fang grows up.
The owner of Cherokee, the bulldog, who makes money from dog fights.
A bull dog who nearly kills White Fang in a fight.
The dog-musher and assistant to Weedon Scott. He encourages Scott to give White Fang a chance to prove his intelligence.
One of Scott’s dogs. White Fang kills him over a piece of meat.
Weedon Scott’s father. He has sentenced Jim Hall, an innocent man, to fifty years of imprisonment. Although he was not involved in the initial conspiracy against Jim Hall, the convict comes after him on his escape from prison.
Maud / Weedon
Scott’s children. They are liked by White Fang.
Beth / Mary
Scott’s wife. She is initially afraid of White Fang and concerned for her children’s safety.
Mother of Weedon Scott
She is snarled at by White Fang when she embraces Scott upon his return home.
The female sheepdog who is against White Fang but later has his puppies.
The dog who could have been friends with White Fang, had it not been for White Fang’s morose and distrustful nature.
An escaped convict who is determined to kill Judge Scott. He is killed by White Fang.
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