HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT PET DINOSAUR
FOR YOUR FAMILY
TOROSAURUS =BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG
A large, lovable herbivore the torosaurus is most comparable to the Bernese Mountain Dog. They do best in a relaxed household with older children, and require at least five acres of grazing land with access to lore-hanging vegetation.
Weekly baths and regular filing of horns are recommended to limit offensive odors and injury from accidental goring’s. Torosaurus can grow up to 30' long. so heated barns are recommended as they age.
VELOCIRAPTOR = CHOW CHOW
Like the Chow Chow the velociraptor is recommended for only the most experienced dinosaur owner. While smaller and not as preternaturally evil as therein Hollywood might suggest, velociramors are an aggressive species that are
fiercely protective of family & property. Under federal law they are the largest carnivorous the ropod we can breed and owners must adhere to strict zoning ordinances and sign a notarized liability waiver. Reg. trim filing of the sickle-
claw is recommended to prevent accidental maulings.
ANKYLOSARRUS= ENGLISH BULLDOG
A great city pet, the ankylosaurus compares favorably with the English Bulldog in both build and temperament. A docile easy-going herbivore we've successfully been able to breed a smaller variation or the traditional 30' long
ankylosaurus that grows to a very manageable 10' long. While they do got along well with children & other pets, do keep In mind that the club-like tail of the ankylosamus can be unpredictable during active play. So protective head gear
is recommended when engaging in vigorous exercise.
Easily our most famous and inquired-about species the triceratops is unsurprisingly a crowd pleaser. Despite the intimidating size and appearance, triceratops are among our most gregarious offerings. We've recently been able to
engineer a smaller more space-conscious variation of the traditional animal from an unwieldy 30' to a much more man ageable 10'. They don't require much exercise but regular thrice-daily walks are a must in order to avoid "amide."
inside the home. Filing of horns is recommended.
Currently our only flying species, the nyctosaurus is a wonderful alternative for Incur-the-go urbanite, thanks to its small size and sweet disposition. Unlike most other pterosaurs, the nyctosaurus is limited in its ground mobility due to
lesser frontal claws over the course of its evolution. However this quirk has led to a very docile (some might say "helpless" or 'needy") temperament that is conducive to lap-lounging and being carried and/or perching on one's
As with any pet, it is vitally important to factor in your space constraints, family make-up, local zoning laws and horns owner's association rules when selecting the right dinosaur. Choosing one based purely on looks with no
consideration of temperament or needs often leads to frustration and heartache down the road.
Also, once you have made your choice. You can take your new companion home safe in the knowledge that they are healthy. Show quality specimens brimming Youth potential, and accompanied by official breeding documentation and
license & pre-registered with the local government agency where you live. We are also available by phone and email 7 days a week to help you and your new best friend transition into a new, wonderful life together!