What is Fred Weasley's Patronus?

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Although they were identical, Fred and George's Patronums were different. Fred's was a hyena, and George's was a coyote. When Fred died, George's Patronus might've changed to a Hyena, but he was never able to cast one again - how could he when every happy memory he had involved a dead man?
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The previous answer is actually incorrect. J.K. Rowling has never actually revealed what the patronuses are of the Weasley Twins. Many people have their own opinions of what they think their patronuses are (hyena, coyote, foxes, ect.) but we are never really sure...
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What is Ron Weasley's patronus?

Ron's Patronus is a Jack Russel Terrier. The film made a mistake in portraying the dog as a Retriever, but the books are the canon.

What is Arthur Weasley's Patronus?

Arthur Weasley's patronus is a weasel. We find this out when he sends a message to his family saying that the minister is coming to their home, in the 7th book, "Harry Potter

What is mr Weasley's patronus?

Mr. Arthur Weasley's patronus is a weasel. It is shown in book seven, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, when he sends two messages through his patronus. The first is to

What is Fred and george weasleys patronus?

Fred's patronus was a hyena and George's was a coyote. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The previous answer

What book tells you Freds patronus?

It should be Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix as that is when they founded Dumbledore's Army and when they actually did Patronuses.