T2 deleted scene
The T-1000 goes out to the Voight's backyard and kills Max. Then he takes Max's collar and sees he has been tricked.
Van Ling (Creative Supervisor), in T2, the Book of the Film, An Illustrated Screenplay:
The short scene in which T-1000 goes out to the Voight backyard and silences the family dog was filmed but again was ultimately omitted from the film as unnecessary. Much of T-1000's tracking of John is implied by Terminator's own tracking of John; as stated by Terminator in the film, each terminator can roughly anticipate each other's moves based upon his own information and actions. "Wolfy" is the nickname (short for Beowulf) of a German Sherpherd that Jim Cameron used to own; it can be assumed that Terminator acquired the dog's name from hearing it in passing during his earlier search for John on the streets.
This scene is re-inserted back into the special edition version of T2.
Terminator 2 script, revised final shooting script:
54 EXT. VOIGHT HOUSE/BACKYARD - NIGHT T-1000 approaches the big German Shepherd, which slinks away from it, barking in fear. T-1000 walk right into CLOSE UP. Reaches down, OUT OF FRAME. We hear that sickening THUNK followed by a shrill YELP. Then T-1000's hand snaps up INTO FRAME holding a bloody dog collar. The tag reads "MAX". T-1000 nods thoughtfully. Heads back to the house.
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