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For information about the different types of pets, see list of pet families.

The hunter pet is a hunter”s constant companion as they travel across Azeroth and other worlds. When fighting solo or in small groups, a hunter”s pet may act as a tank, preventing the hunter from taking too much damage in combat. Pets are also a source of damage and debuffs, working together alongside the hunter”s own attacks to bring a target down.

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1 Types of pets 1.1 Pet families 1.2 Pet specializations 2 Obtaining pets 2.1 Starter pets 2.2 Taming 2.2.1 Taming challenges 3 Pet management 3.1 Feeding 3.2 Renaming 3.3 Stabling 3.4 Abandoning 4 Fighting alongside your pet 4.1 Raiding alongside your pet 4.2 Pet skills 5 Choosing a pet 5.1 Appearance 5.2 Prestige 5.3 Size 6 Hunter pets that keep their name after taming 7 Patches and hotfixes 8 References 9 External links

Types of pets

Pet families

Main article: Pet family

Each hunter pet belongs to a specific family of beasts, based on its species. Some families are fairly specific, like the crocolisk family; others are looser groupings, like the scalehide family, which contains kodos, thunder lizards, mushan, and ankylodons.

Pet specializations

Main article: Pet specializations

Each pet has one of three specializations, determined by its pet family. This specialization grants the pet a passive ability and an active ability:

Cunning:

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[ Master”s Call] Ferocity: Predator”s Thirst and

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[ Endurance Training] and

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[ Tame Beast] during

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 <1>  Taming the Wilds which also tasks the hunter with taming their first pet from the wildlife on the island. The last hunter specific quest in the zone,

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 <1>  The Art of Taming , provides the second

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Wolf

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Dwarf

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Cat Tiger

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Gnome

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Moth

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Worgen

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Turtle Dragon turtle

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Orc

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Bat

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Tauren

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Raptor

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Blood elf

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Scorpid Scorpion

Choosing to start in one of the traditional starting zones will not grant a unique pet. It will instead unlock

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Warpstalker Voidstalker

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Lightforged draenei

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Dog Bloodhound

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Kul Tiran

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Mechanical Wolf

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Nightborne

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Bird of prey Eagle

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Mag”har orc

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Direhorn

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Vulpera

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[ Tame Beast] ability at level 5. Tame Beast can only be used on beasts (and mechanical beasts) at or below the hunter”s level. During the taming process, the hunter cannot perform any other actions without canceling.

The taming process takes 6 seconds; its cast time is not pushed back by damage taken, but it can be interrupted.

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If the hunter loses aggro to another player, the tame will fail.

Note that not all beasts can be tamed. Only specific species are tameable, and even among those species, some rare individuals and quest mobs may be immune to taming. Other species are tameable only by Beast Mastery hunters, who gain the

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Glimmer: Water Strider, follow Flooded Tracks in Jade Forest Savage: White Tiger, follow Bloody Tracks in Jade Forest Patrannache: Crane, follow Barely Visible Tracks in Valley of the Four Winds Bloodtooth: Turtle, follow Muddy Tracks in Krasarang Wilds Stompy: Goat, follow Heavy Tracks in Kun-Lai Summit Bristlespine: Rodent, follow Puzzling Tracks in Kun-Lai Summit Rockhide the Immovable: Basilisk, follow Worn Tracks in Townlong Steppes Hexapos: Fen Strider, follow Mysterious Tracks in Dread Wastes Portent: Quilen, follow Dusty Tracks in Vale of Eternal Blossoms Degu: Red, Valley of the Four Winds Gumi: Blue, Kun-Lai Summit Hutia: Green, Jade Forest Draenor

A hidden quest and a dropped item help you tame two challenging beasts in Warlords of Draenor including:

Gara: A purple void wolf that can be found among the graves in the Burial Fields of Shadowmoon Valley. Felbound Wolf: A fel-green wolf found in the Tanaan Jungle. You must use a drop from a rare NPC in order to make them tameable. Can be tamed regardless of specialization.

Pet management

Feeding

Main article: Feed Pet

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[ Mend Pet] .

Renaming

By default, pets will begin with a basic name—generally the name of their pet family, such as “Bear” or “Cat”. Hunters can replace this with a custom name by right-clicking on the pet”s portrait and selecting “Rename” from the menu.

After a pet has been given a custom name, it can only be renamed again with

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 I”d like to stable my pet here” option, and drag the pet”s icon from an active slot on the left to a stable slot on the right. Up to 50 pets can be stabled at once, allowing hunters to “store” pets for later use or for collection purposes.

Abandoning

To get rid of a pet, right-click its portrait and select “Abandon Pet.” Keep in mind that this is permanent, so be careful not to abandon the wrong pet.

Fighting alongside your pet

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