Feeding Your Pet
Why should I feed my pet?
Feeding your pet is a great way to heal it - fast!
There are other ways to heal your pet, of course, including. The big one is the hunter skill Mend Pet.
But Mend Pet only restores 25% of your pet's total health over 10 seconds while Feed Pet restores 50% of its health instantly. So feeding your pet is a much faster health boost - assuming you are out of combat.
(Curious about what happened to the old happiness system? Check out the question further down this FAQ: "What happened to happiness?")
How do I feed my pet?
In order to feed your pet you will need to learn the skill Feed Pet.
Feed Pet is a hunter skill that you can learn from your trainer at level
After you learn Feed Pet you can find it in your Spellbook on the Beast Mastery tab. The icon looks like a bone-shaped doggie biscuit.
You can feed your pet in one of two ways:
- Click the Feed Pet skill and you will get a glowing hand cursor. Then click on an appropriate food item either in your inventory or on your hot bar.
- Drag an appropriate food item from your inventory (but not the hotbar) into the 3D world as if you were going to delete it, then click on either your pet's portrait or on your pet's body in the 3D world.
If your pet accepts the food, it will snap up the tidbit with an animation and a happy growl. If it doesn't want the food for some reason, you'll see an error message explaining the problem.
What should I feed my pet?
Each pet family has different types of foods that it will eat, like meat or fruit or bread.
You can find out what types of food your pet will eat by looking at the Pet tab of your Character Info panel. Beast Lore will also tell you a beast's diet. Or check out our handy Pet Diet Chart.
The level of food is also important: it determines whether or not your pet will eat the food you offer. Your pet will refuse to eat food that is too low level! So it's a good idea to use food that is close to or above the level of your pet.
Unfortunately the game doesn't tell you directly the type of a food or its level. But it's usually not too hard to figure out: Roasted Quail is meat, Dwarven Mild is cheese, Tel'Abim Bananas are fruit.
Figuring out the level of a food is a little more complicated, so we'll talk more about that later.
If you aren't certain about a particular food, try it out! There is no penalty for trying to feed your pet the wrong food.
Why does food level matter?
Pets won't eat food that is 30 or more levels below them. Example: A level 80 bear will refuse to eat a Goldenbark Apple, even though bears normally like fruit, because the apple is only level
In short: Feed your pet food that is at or above its level.
Unfortunately, the game doesn't show food's level. But it will often tell you the level that your character must be to eat that food.
Level requirements on food don't apply to pets, but the required level for a food is almost always 10 levels less than the food's actual level.
For example, Smoked Talbuk Venison requires that the character be level 55 to eat it. So it is safe to assume that it is a level 65 food.
If you want to know the levels of your foods exactly, there are a number of UI addons that display that information. Or you can check a WoW database site like Wowhead.
Note: Pets don't care about the level requirement on food - a level 10 pet can eat level 80 food - but pets don't get any extra benefit from higher level food.
What about food buffs?
Unlike player characters, pets do not benefit from normal food buffs. The food that buffs characters does not buff pets at all.
There are, however, some special 'pet snacks' that are meant specifically for pets (and which don't affect player characters).
At the present time, these pet snacks do not actually apply a buff. They either heal your pet or increase its happiness (which is no longer useful since the happiness system was removed in Patch ).
For reference, those snacks are:
Note: Pet snacks aren't really pet foods. You don't feed them to your pet using the Feed Pet skill. Instead, you use the snack yourself and the effect is applied to your pet.
What happened to happiness?
Before Patch , feeding your pet did not heal it. Instead, feeding increased your pet's happiness. A happy pet did more 25% damage than a content pet, and an unhappy pet did 25% less damage than a content pet.
Back then, you could also use several pet talents and one glyph to help keep your pet happy. When the happiness system was removed in Patch , those talents and the glyph changed to remove the happiness effects in the following ways:
- The previous +25% damage for a happy pet is now built into all pets.
- The pet talent Bloodthirsty, which generated both health and happiness, now only generates health.
- The pet talent Carrion Feeder, which generated both health and happiness, now only generates health.
- The pet talent Guard Dog, which generated both extra threat and happiness, now only generates extra threat.
- The Glyph of Mend Pet, which used to increase your pet's happiness when you used Mend Pet, changed into the Glyph of Lesser Proportion, which makes your pet slightly smaller.
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Pets are perhaps the most iconic part of the Hunter's toolkit. At Level 10, you will be able to pick up a quest from any Hunter trainer that will allow you to learn how to tame a beast. After completing the quest, you will be able to go out and tame whatever pet you would like, allowing the pet to fight by your side in combat.
In TBC, pets are now significantly more important to a Hunter's damage than in Classic. Pets in TBC now gain a portion of a Hunter's ranged attack power as their melee attack power, allowing pets to scale their damage with our gear. This enables pets to be a significant portion of our damage, especially as Beast Mastery, for the entire expansion. Additionally, your pets gain a portion of your Stamina, armor, and resistances to make them significantly more durable than in Classic. Your pets can and should live for raid encounters now with proper pet management. Your pet choice in TBC is more important than ever before.
Taming Pets as a Hunter
Taming pets can be quite dangerous. The cast is long, and you are left completely vulnerable during it. It is recommended to either have a friend help early on by tanking the animal while you tame it, to slow it using Concussive Shot before starting the cast, or most preferably to have a Freezing Trap set up ahead of time to freeze it while you cast Tame Beast.
Hunter Pet Classification
Pets are separated into different families based on their types, such as cats, boars, or spiders. Each of the different pet families also falls into one of three categories: offensive, defensive, or general. As the names would suggest, offensive pets deal more damage while taking more damage, defensive pets take less damage while dealing less damage, and general pets are more balanced. Each pet family has different modifiers to their health, armor, and damage based on their category. All the different possible pet families and their modifiers are listed below. You will also notice several new pet types below that are new to TBC.
|Family||Category||Health Modifier||Armor Modifier||Damage Modifier||Unique Ability|
|Wind Serpent||Offense||-||-||+7%||Lightning Breath|
You will also notice that some pets have unique abilities, such as a wolf's Furious Howl. These can be very useful abilities to have and it is worth having one such pet for whenever you might want that ability.
Pet Recommendations for Hunters
For leveling, the most important thing is to have a pet that can use two abilities to spend its focus on. If your pet only has one ability, such as a crab having Claw, you are missing out on potential damage and threat from your pet. Cats (Bite and Claw), Owls (Claw and Screech), and Raptors (Bite and Claw) are all great choices that you can pick up early on, depending on your starting zone.
The above recommendations specifically only apply to Hunters while leveling from At level 61, all Hunters will have access to the Ravagers in Outlands, specifically the level Quillfang Skitterers in Hellfire Peninsula. Ravagers are the best PvE pets for both leveling and damage output early on in TBC. They have strong DPS stats, but most importantly have the unique ability Gore, which is an incredibly strong focus dump.
At Level 70, you will still use your Ravager to start. Ravagers continue to be the best pet for quite some time until you eventually get enough gear that Wind Serpents become better.
Ravagers are the strongest pet for Hunters while leveling and early on at level This is thanks to Ravagers having all of the standard high-damage tools including a 10% damage modifier, Dash, and two focus dump abilities. The most important reason that Ravagers are so strong though is their unique ability, Gore. This is the highest DPS pet ability thanks to its chance to deal double damage, making Ravager an obvious pick. Their armor modifier of +5% is also quite nice while leveling, especially for a damage-type pet.
Wind Serpents are normally quite bad for Hunters. Caster pets only deal 80% of the damage that pets normally do, and Wind Serpents will only attack from range by spamming their focus dump ability Lightning Breath. Normally this is a bad thing because pets do not gain that much focus, and Wind Serpents will be left with nothing to do some of the time. However, at higher gear levels, pets actually reach a point where they gain so much focus from the talent Go for the Throat that non-caster pets will be focused capped all of the time. Once you have a crit chance of roughly 30% while unbuffed, you can swap to a Wind Serpent, and it will do more damage than a Ravager thanks to its ability to spend focus faster.
Hunter Pet Attack Speeds
While this was an important factor for choosing your pet in Classic, it is no longer a factor in TBC. In TBC, pet attack speed is normalized to seconds per attack, which means all pets have the same attack speed.
Just like Hunters, pets can also learn skills as they level. These skills fall into two categories, active and passive abilities. Most passive abilities you will learn from a pet trainer, usually found next to a Hunter trainer. Active abilities, however, are for the most part learned by taming animals that already have that ability. This applies to new ranks of abilities as well. For instance, if you are leveling in Durotar, you might want to tame an Encrusted Surf Crawler along the western shoreline to learn Claw Rank 2. Once you have tamed an animal that has the new skill or ability rank that you want, you need to have the pet use that ability before it can be taught to your other pets. Sometimes this can take a bit of time, and it is recommended that you let the pet fight enemies while only using that new skill to quicken the process. After your new pet has used the ability enough, the ability should appear in your training menu for your original pet to learn. There are some restrictions, however, such as Crabs not being able to use Bite, so it is important to figure out ahead of time what type of pet you want and what abilities you want it to use.
Once you have tamed a pet with an ability that you want your current pet to be able to learn, you can use the Beast Training ability in your spellbook to open the training menu. This will show you a list of available spells, which should include your new ability. To teach it to your current pet, you will have to spend some of its available training points (TP). Training points are like talent points in that your pet gains more of them as it levels up. Training points are also affected by your pet's loyalty. Your total amount of training points is calculated by taking (pet level) * (loyalty level – 1).
Training points are not permanent. You can pick different passives or abilities and retrain your pet quite easily. Especially for raid content, you should think ahead of time about what type of damage you will be taking and what you will mainly be doing. Some of the more important pet passives are resistances, which lower the amount of damage your pet will take against certain types.
That being said, there are some pet passives that are essential for general use and will always be worth taking. Below are the most important pet passives to train your pet with.
- Avoidance - 50% damage reduction against AoE attacks
- Cobra Reflexes - 30% attack speed
- Focus Dump - Always train up whatever damaging abilities your pets use. You want them to always be spending their focus to deal damage whenever possible.
- Stamina - Increases your pet's health pool
Pet Happiness and Loyalty
Pets have three distinct moods that they can be in: happy, content, or unhappy. You always want your pet to be happy, as their mood affects the damage they deal. Happy pets deal +25% damage, Content pets deal normal damage, and unhappy pets deal % damage. Unhappy pets are also in danger of running away if they remain unhappy for too long.
You must keep your pet well-fed to keep it happy. The face icon next to your pet's health bar shows its current mood, with a green smile being happy, a yellow face being content, and a red frown being unhappy. You should always feed your pet as soon as you see it stop being happy. Pets eat food such as meats, bread, and fruit, depending on their type. To feed them, use the feed pet ability on some food in your inventory, such as feeding boar meat to your cat. Pets like specific types of food based on their type, and you can use the Beast Lore ability in-game to help determine what type of food your pet will eat.
Pet happiness is also important because it increases your pet's loyalty. There are 6 possible loyalty levels, starting at loyalty level 1 when you first tame a pet. To increase your pet's loyalty, you must have the pet summoned while killing enemies. If you use the pet for long enough, eventually you will progress its loyalty level up to 6. The higher its loyalty level, the easier it will be to keep your pet well-fed and happy, while also increasing its total training points.
Other Hunter Pet Resources
For more information on specific pets or abilities and where to find them, you should check out Petopia.
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Feed Pet allows hunters to maintain the happiness and loyalty levels of their pets.If either of these two pet stats dip below certain default percentages, the pet will become unruly and may eventually abandon the hunter. One can keep track of a pet's happiness level easily using the happy face icon beside the pet's display on the UI. Also, in the pet's attributes dialog, the happiness icon also shows the food types a given pet will consume.
You can gain the Feed Pet ability at level 10 by completing the Hunter training quests. In the hunter pet taming quest chains, you gain the Tame Beast ability when you have tamed your third quest pet and returned to the trainer. In addition to the Tame Beast ability, you get a 'go, see' quest to see another hunter trainer. That short 'go, see' quest rewards you with the Feed Pet ability. So, you gain the Tame Beast ability before you gain the Feed Pet ability, and you can tame a pet before you can feed it, but the result is an unhappy pet that you cannot make happy nor loyal, and will eventually leave you, unless and until you complete the final leg of the quest chain. So make sure to complete the quest line before trying to tame a pet.
Pet happiness is also important because it increases your pet's loyalty. There are 6 possible loyalty levels, which starts at loyalty level 1 when you first tame a pet. To increase your pet's loyalty, you must have the pet summoned while killing enemies. If you use the pet for long enough, eventually you will progress its loyalty level up to 6. The higher its loyalty level, the easier it will be to keep your pet well fed and happy, while also increasing your its total training points.
Each pet family has different types of foods that it will eat, like meat or fruit or bread. You can find out what types of food your pet will eat by looking at the Pet tab of your Character Info panel. Beast Lore will also tell you a beast's diet. Or check out our handy Pet Diet Chart. The level of food is also important: it determines whether or not your pet will eat the food you offer. Your pet will refuse to eat food that is too low level! So it's a good idea to use food that is close to or above the level of your pet.
You can only have three pets at once; one active one and two at the stablemaster. However, when you are in the process of taming pets to unlock abilities, you should keep one free slot open. That way, you can keep taming and releasing pets without having to give up one of your key pets.
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WOW CLASSIC FOOD FOR PETS
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Feed Pet allows hunters to maintain the happiness and loyalty levels of their pets. If either of these two pet stats dip below certain default percentages, the pet will become unruly and may eventually abandon the hunter. One can keep track of a pet's happiness level easily using the happy face icon beside the pet's display on the UI. Also, in the pet's attributes dialog, the happiness icon also shows the food types a given pet will consume.
You can gain this ability at level 10 by completing the hunter training quests. You will gain the Tame Beast ability before you gain the Feed Pet ability, so make sure to complete the quest line before trying to tame a pet.
- Left click on the Feed Pet icon (in your spellbook or if you put it in your action bar), then left click on a food item. This will feed your pet and increase your pet's happiness and loyalty.
- While not a limitation of the Feed Pet ability itself, not keeping track of your pet's happiness and loyalty will hamper their ability to fight and impact your experience levels.
- Pets do not gain much happiness being fed food below their level. This means feeding your pet can get very expensive quickly.
- Having to keep food for your pet requires you to use up slots in your bags for food, limiting what you can carry.
- Take up Fishing and have a pet that will eat Fish if you want to save money. Fishing takes a lot of time though so there's a trade-off there. Also, pets that eat bread are very easy to feed as long as you have a mage willing to conjure bread for you.
- Keep your pet happy and loyal.
- Monitor the Combat Log of your chat box to see how much happiness your pet gets from the food. Gains are either 8, 17, or 35 per wave.
- Bats - Fruit, Fungus
- Bears - Fruit, Fungus, Cheese, Bread, Meat, Fish
- Boars - Fruit, Fungus, Cheese, Bread, Meat, Fish
- Carrion Birds (aka Vultures) - Meat, Fish
- Cats (including lions and sabers) - Meat, Fish
- Crabs - Bread, Fruit, Fish, Fungus
- Crocolisks - Meat, Fish
- Gorillas - Fungus, Fruit
- Hyenas - Fruit, Meat
- Owls - Meat
- Raptors - Meat
- Scorpids - Meat
- Spiders - Meat
- Tallstriders (aka Striders) - Fruit, Fungus
- Turtles - Fruit, Fungus, Fish
- Wind Serpents - Bread, Fish, Cheese
- Wolves (including Worgs) - Meat
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WoW Classic – Why does my pet take so much food to eat and why does it run away?
Why does my pet take so much food to eat and why does it run away?
Hunters must take good care of their pet. They require up-to-date food to keep them happy. Feed them food close to their level, or raw meat that drops from mobs near their level. Your pet has loyalty ranks that determine how hungry it gets as well. If you dont feed your pet for a while and it becomes unhappy for 30 minutes at loyalty rank 1, it will run AWAY. You cannot call it back, and it is gone. Make sure you keep it fed if you intend on keeping it. Pets do not take lightly to malnourishment.
If you are using a UI addon, sometimes they do not have pet happiness integrated into it. The character pet info tab DOES NOT show pet happiness, only beside the pet frame by default. For those using ElvUI, you can go into the settings > Unitframes > Pet > Custom Texts > type in [happiness:icon] then hit okay.