Bored by dogs? Bored by cats? Well then, look no further than this unique pet, the Dragon. Since these creatures are quite rare, you may need to fly to Mexico to find one of these beasts. If you are thinking about purchasing this pet, you will need: Heaps of food, a large building or stable, a metal collar forged by dwarves and a dragon horn, in case if disobedience.
What to do:
These large beasts can be tricky to tame, and do to their large size they prefer to roam freely. This is why the dragon horn is a necessity. To stay away from injuries or even death, do NOT shout at your pet, they will feel threatened and attack. Instead use the dragon horn and they will come to you no matter the situation. After using the horn, tell it your command and it shall follow it, right away.
As Dragons are ginormous, they must be fed 5 times a day, in between these hours: 8:00 – 9:00 am, 11:00 – 12:00 am, 2:00 – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 6:00 pm and 8:00 9:00 pm. Dragons are carnivores, meaning they only eat meat therefore, it will not accept vegetables or plants. Steak, Pork, Sausage and Bacon are ideal to keep you Dragon healthy. So that your pet doesn’t mistake you for its food, I would suggest placing his food on a wide rock. Whilst owning a Dragon, it is best to live near a lake or river, as these large creatures need a big water source.
Although, you need to keep your Dragon safe, every few days, you should let the Dragon fly up into the clouds, to ensure that it doesn’t feel to cramped and has some space for itself. However, if you are planning to ride with your Dragon, make sure that it trusts you, if not whilst flying it will through you off it’s back, sending you flying through the air.
Following these steps correctly, will make a happy life for you and your Dragon. Not following these steps will make life difficult and dangerous. We do not hold responsibility for injuries or death, proceed with caution.