Howdy, people, and welcome to my page! The critters you can find below aren't dogs, though they do
have those adorable puppy faces. No, not at all.
Those little critters are known as Bat-Eared
Ottermandua Dogs, or just Ottermanduas for short, if you can call that short. Allow me to
elaborate: It all began.......with a homework assignment. We, the students, were challenged to
create our own species, which would be designed to help man-kind in any way shape form or
fashion, and made by combining other creatures. Extra points if you got all your critters into the
name. My result was the Ottermandua.
Based off man's best friend, the Ottermandua is a step up for the search and rescue working dog. It all
started with the Saint
Bernard and Newfoundland, famous for their rescue work in the high mountains and at
sea. These faithful animal was given the rear legs and rudder of the Giant Otter and the Sea Otter,
the ears and echolocation adaptations of the common Brown Bat, and the digging claws of the
Tamandua of South Africa.
When thrown together, it created an all-terrain search and rescue dog, able to burrow into dirt, mud,
snow, rubble, and even metal, to dive to shipwrecks and rescue trapped sailors, to hear cries for
help from great distances, and to carry or drag more than two people to safety.
The Ottermandua Dog was a great success, and soon, local law enforcements took notice. At their
request, a new variety was developed, based on the ever popular German Shepherd Dog.
Many variations of this specific breed soon blossomed, combined with the lighter North American
River Otter rather than the heavier Giant or Sea Otters. This lighter variety worked well with trainers
and in packs. They could track criminals by scent and sound, communicating with other pack
members through echolocation, so their prey could not hear them, no matter how close.
These loyal companions helped to quickly clear much crime from the streets and towns, and are still
aiding Police Forces. Of course, with such large success with these animals in a working
environment, families began adopting the pups as family pets. The dog-like personality made them
popular fast, and their ability to learn, and to protect families, especially small children, kept them in
demand. Through this, a new breed was developed: The Labrador Variety.
These Ottermandua Dogs made impressively popular pets, and soon found another use: Hunting
Companions. As a rule, the breed was only allowed in hunting for provision, not for sport, as many
officials believed that the species was to well adapted to hunting for sport hunting to be fair. For
those hunters that did hunt as a form of providing for their families, the Labrador Variety became
popular fast. They could track animals easily, and alert their masters through non-threatening
squeaks or yips. If an animal was injured in a shot, but not killed, the dogs could track them quickly
and bring them down with minimal suffering. They also made wonderful fishing dogs. But most of all,
they were always playful, and got on well with children, making parents more comfortable with
letting their children go near water in any situation, as the dogs would watch loyally, and
immediately respond to any distress.
Ottermandua Dogs are loyal and playful. They grow to large sizes, and make good, long lasting companions. Below are the
most common variations. There are others, but they are harder to come by. Should you find them,
you may need to test your knowledge in their foundation breeds. But no matter which breed you
choose, you'll have a life-long companion. Adopt yours today! :D
Ottermanduas grow first at level 56, the approximate amount of days before a puppy can leave its
mother. They change again at level 154, the approximate amount of days it takes for a dog to be
considered full grown, minus the days its with its mother.
RedvargLast Online: 06/12/11 12:06 am
Species Adopted: 536
Species Created: 59
05/20/13 @ 1:11 pm
I adore your dogs :)
But when do they evolve??? It isn't really a spoiler, it just let's me know how long I have to wait :)
I now collect your dogs. My favorite breed is the husky dogs :D :D
03/16/13 @ 7:57 am
|Just a question but why do your dog creations have long claws?|
01/16/13 @ 1:31 pm
|*Tries to find the cutest cutie ottermandua doggie <3 *|
01/13/13 @ 10:39 am
|O_O O-okay wow so many...I adopted, alot.|
11/21/12 @ 8:45 pm
|hey do you have a shitzu dog?|
11/21/12 @ 6:27 pm
ok i want to adopt them all but it is just too many
11/10/12 @ 4:47 am
|Mooie Honden zeg!! Ik ben Nederlands dus je zal wel niet berijpen wat ik tik.... Maar ben zeer groot Fan!! Ik hoop dat er meerdere komen!! Vooral mijn hondje Toska, daar ben ik pas blij mee!!|
09/06/12 @ 6:12 pm
|Black sea evolved when I clicked him Yaaaa XD|
09/02/12 @ 12:01 pm
|At what levels do these dogs evolve at?|
08/07/12 @ 1:55 pm
|I love your huskys! I adopted three of them and named them from 'Gone to the Snow Dogs'.|