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Types of Patronus

Aardvark
Aardvark

Patronus: Aardvark Independent, ambitious, and always on the move, those born with the patronus of an Aardvark (or develop it during their lifetime) believe that success comes before all other things.

Abraxan Winged Horse (Very Rare)
Abraxan Winged Horse (Very Rare)

Pottermore’s Patronus Quiz Animal List Rare animals are marked. Pottermore is also telling some people that their Patronus is “unusual” — we don’t know if this means if the animal is rare, or if it’s just a little less common than other Patronuses.

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Adder
Adder

An Adder is a species of snake. In the summer of 1925, Morfin Gaunt held a live adder when Bob Ogden visited the Gaunt Shack. It is also one possible corporeal form of the Patronus Charm.

Albatross
Albatross

The albatross has long been considered a symbol of good luck, particularly by those who work on or travel at sea. People of the albatross are calm and graceful, with a great endurance that allows them to cruise through difficulties or lengthy endeavors with an ease that many wish they had.

Albus Dumbledore: Phoenix
Albus Dumbledore: Phoenix

Dumbledore's patronus was a phoenix. He used his patronus in Goblet of Fire, chapter 28 to send a message.

Badger
Badger

No one in the books is said to have a badger like Patronus. Maybe Helda Hufflepuff did though.

Basset Hound
Basset Hound

Patronus Analysis 040 Basset Hound Another unusual patronus in that it is most common in 2 completely different houses: Hufflepuff and Slytherin. A universal characteristic of those with the Basset Hound patronus is that they are smart. Due to this, they study well and if they apply themselves, can go far in education and hobbies.

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Bat (Unusual)
Bat (Unusual)

How Unique Is Your Pottermore Patronus? Is yours super common or one of a kind? ... Bat Basset Hound Bay Mare Bay Stallion ...

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Bay Mare
Bay Mare

Bay Mare/Stallion Horses are a big part of human cultures around the world, and have been bred into so many different colors and varieties that, like the dog, each one has slightly different attributes.

Ginny Weasley: Horse
Ginny Weasley: Horse

A patronus is supposed to represent the person casting it. Ginny’s patronus is a stallion and stallions are known for their strength, leadership, intelligence, independence and a fiery nature.

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Harry Potter: Stag
Harry Potter: Stag

Patronus means "protector", "guardian", or simply "patron" in Latin, specifically reflecting the entire role that the Patronus Charm plays. In archaic Latin, it meant "father", which is very interesting, considering that Harry Potter's Patronus is the same as his father's Patronus and Animagus form, a stag.

Hermione Granger: Otter
Hermione Granger: Otter

Each wizard's patronus takes the shape of a different animal, and often reflect a character's personality. For example, Harry's is a stag and Professor Snape's is a doe. Here's a look at Hermione casting her patronus in the "Order of the Phoenix" movie.

James Potter: Stag
James Potter: Stag

Wiki claims his Patronus is a stag, but the only evidence for this seems to be that someone asked JK if it was coincidence that James's Patronus was a stag and Lily's was a doe and she said it wasn't.

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Lily Potter: Doe
Lily Potter: Doe

Snape loved Lily, so much so his Patronus changed to that of her's, which was a doe. A Patronus charm is summoned using a happy memory, and Snape's memory contained Lily. He didn't choose to change his Patronus, it changed purely because of his love for Lily.

Luna Lovegood: Hare
Luna Lovegood: Hare

A Hare. Definitely some reason behind the why but it has insofar not been revealed either in the books or on Pottermore. The only close match is Luna's hare bracelet - a canon in the movies.

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Ron Weasley: Jack Russell Terrier
Ron Weasley: Jack Russell Terrier

tl;dnr: Ron's Patronus isn't a Jack Russell Terrier. It's a Crup, a wizarding breed of dog that looks very similar to a Jack Russell Terrier, save for their naturally forked tails. In the Order of the Phoenix film, Ron's Patronus is portrayed as "a Jack Russell Terrier", as also repeated on Pottermore.

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