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Salutations. I do suppose you have clicked this thread to find out just what this thread is about. This thread is written to explain all the different abbreviations for pets, stat glitches, abnormalities, etc. It is mainly for the newer users who still have questions regarding the pets of Foo, though anyone can read this thread to touch up on their knowledge. (:

Main Terms/Abbreviations for Foo Cats

Abyssinian

Abyssinians are often referred to as Aby’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Bengal

Bengals have no common abbreviation or term.

Black Mix

Black Mixes have no common abbreviation or term.

Calico

Calicos are sometimes referred to as Cali’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Cream Persian

Cream Persians are often sometimes referred to as a Creamies, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Himalayan

Himalayans are sometimes referred to as a Himmies, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Long Haired Silver Tabby

Long Haired Silver Tabbies are often referred to as LHST’s{Long Haired Silver Tabby} and Silver Tabbies; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Maine Coon

Maine Coons have no common abbreviation or term.

Nebelung

Nebelungs are often referred to as Nebbies and Nebe’s; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Orange Mix

Orange Mixes have no common abbreviation or term.

Russian Blue

Russian Blues have no common abbreviation or term.

Siamese

Siamese’s are sometimes referred to as Siam’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Tabby Mix

Tabby Mixes are often referred to as Tabbies, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Tuxedo Mix

Tuxedo Mixes have no common abbreviation or term. (Please note that sometimes you will hear them called Balloon Heads. These will be explained later on in this thread.)

White Cat

White Cats have no common abbreviation or term.

Main Terms/Abbreviations for Foo Dogs

Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherds are often referred to as Aussies, with no other common term or abbreviation.

Beagle

Beagles do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Black Lab Mix

Black Lab Mixes are often referred to as Black Labs, Black Labrador Mixes, BL’s{Black Lab}; no other common terms or abbreviations are used.

Boston Terrier

Boston Terriers are often referred to as Bostons, with no other common term or abbreviation.

Boxer

Boxers do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Bulldog

Bulldogs do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Chihuahua

Chihuahua’s are often referred to as Chi’s, and Chi Chi’s, no other common terms or abbreviations are used.

Chocolate Lab Mix

Chocolate Lab Mixes are often referred to as Chocolate Labs, Chocolate Labrador Mixes, and CL’s{Chocolate Lab}; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Dachshund

Dachshunds are often referred to as Weiner Dogs and Doxins; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Dalmatian

Dalmatians are sometimes referred to as Dal’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

German Shepherd

German Shepherds are often referred to as GSD’s{German Shepherd Dog} and German Shepherd Dogs; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers are often referred to as Goldie’s and Golden’s; no other common abbreviation or term is used.

Great Dane

Great Danes do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Husky

Huskies{Normal Version} are often referred to as a Siberian Huskies and Black Huskies; no other common abbreviations or terms are used. (Please note that sometimes you will hear a normal Husky called a Black Frisbee Dog. These will be explained later on in this thread.)

Jack Russel

Jack Russel’s are often referred to as JRT’s{Jack Russel Terrier}, JRTSC’s{Jack Russel Terrier Smooth Coat}, and SCJRT’s{Smooth Coat Jack Russel Terrier}; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Jack Russel Terrier Rough Coat

Jack Russel Terrier Rough Coats are often referred to as JRTRC’s{Jack Russel Terrier Rough Coat}, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Mastiff

Mastiffs do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Marley Yellow Lab

Marley Yellow Labs are often referred to as Marly’s, or MYL{Marley Yellow Lab}; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Mini Schnauzer

Mini Schnauzers are sometimes referred to as Miniature Schnauzers, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Miniature Pinscher

Miniature Pinschers are often referred to as Mini Pins, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Pit Bull

Pit Bulls are often referred to as Pitties, or PB’s{Pit Bull}; no other common abbreviations or terms are used..

Portuguese Water Dog

Portuguese Water Dogs are often referred to as a PWD’s{Portuguese Water Dog}, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Pug

Pugs do not have a common abbreviation or term.

Red Husky

Red Huskies are often referred to as RH’s{Red Husky}, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Rottweiler

Rottweilers are often referred to as Rottie’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu’s are often referred to as Shiba’s, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Weimaraner

Weimaraners are often referred to as Weimies, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Westie

Westies have no common abbreviation or term.

White Poodle Mix

White Poodle Mixes are often referred to as WPM’s{White Poodle Mix} and Poodles, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Yellow Lab Mix

Yellow Lab Mixes are often referred to as a YL’s{Yellow Lab}, Yellow Labrador Mixes, and Yellow Labs; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Yorkie

Yorkies are sometimes referred to as Yorkshire Terriers, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Main Terms/Abbreviations for Pokey Dogs

Pokey Black Labrador Mix

Pokey Black Labrador Mixes are often referred to as PBL’s{Pokey Black Labrador}, and Pokey Black Labs; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Pokey Chocolate Labrador Mix

Pokey Chocolate Labrador Mixes are often referred to as PCL’s{Pokey Chocolate Labrador}, and Pokey Chocolate Labs; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Pokey German Shepherd

Pokey German Shepherds are often referred to as PGSD’s{Pokey German Shepherd Dog}, with no other common abbreviation or term.

Pokey Rottweiler

Pokey Rottweilers are often referred to as PR’s{Pokey Rottweiler}, and Pokey Rotties; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.}

Pokey Siberian Husky

Pokey Siberian Huskies are often referred to as PH’s{Pokey Husky}, and Pokey Huskies; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Pokey Yellow Labrador Mix

Pokey Yellow Labrador Mixes are often referred to as PYL’s{Pokey Yellow Lab}, and Pokey Yellow Labs; no other common abbreviations or terms are used.

Stat Glitches/Abnormalities

Almost Lost Stat

Almost Lost Stats are pets that have one or more stats that are touching the minimum, but the number of the stat itself isn’t touching minimum. These pets are close to being Lost Stats, but they’re not quite there. They can come as either dogs or cats. Not many would give high offers on these pets, but there are some people who have Almost Lost Stats as dreams.

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Arrow Stat

Arrow Stats are pets whose stats form the shape of an arrow. It does not matter which direction the arrow is pointing. I hesitated to add this one on here, due to the fact that there are /many/ differing opinions on when a pet is deemed an Arrow Stat. Due to this differing opinion, my example may be off from what another user would say. They can come as either dogs or cats. Since the mentioning of Arrow Stats has died down, they do not go for high offers.

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Exact Stat

Exact Stats are pets that have one or more stat numbers that are right at the minimum. These pets are right on the edge of being Almost Lost Stats, or Lost Stats. They can come as either dogs or cats. Though there are differing opinions on this stat abnormality. Some would give higher offers, while others would give lower offers.

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Lost Stat

Lost Stats{Losties} are pets that have one or more stats below the minimum. They can come as either dogs or cats. They are most common in Labradors, Mastiffs, and Boston Terriers; though, they can come in a variety of breeds. You can easily find them on the Play Page, in the Adoption Center section, if you do a good deal of searching. Normally, you will see their stat that is below the minimum expressed as a negative. {Example: -11}. The stat number itself isn’t negative, but it is just telling you that it is that amount below the minimum. Some would give high offers on these pets, depending on the breed and how far below the minimum it is. (Please note that you will sometimes see someone call a pet with -10 or more an Uber Lost Stat. However, I will not include this because it has not become too big of a trend yet.)

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Max Stat

Max Stats are pets that have one or more stat numbers right on the maximum. Not to be confused with Exact Stats, which are explained above. They can come as either dogs or cats. There are differing opinions on this type of stat abnormality as well. Though some would give high offers, others would not.

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Oddstat

Oddstats{Oddies} are pets that have more than five stats. You will see them with doubles, triples, etc of either Agility, Endurance, Bravery, Obedience, or Intelligence. Sometimes they come will all of these as doubles, triples, etc. Though other times it may be a combination. They come as dogs, though I’ve heard one or two people talking about a cat being an Oddstat. There were many more Oddstats before Foopets became a “Pay-To-Play”. However, after this change many people didn’t get Clubfoo. Therefore, many Oddstats were left on abandoned accounts. The few that are left are coveted by many. Many give high offers for these pets.

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Ultra Stat

Ultra stats are pets whose overall stat percentage rises above eighty percent. {How to calculate a stat’s percentage will be explained later on in this thread.} Ultra Stats can come as either cats or dogs. Though once deemed has a “rare-ish” pet to have, they have become more common over time. This is mainly due to Foo creating a whole line of the “Premium” pets as Ultra stats. This was quite a long time ago, as it was back when the Shelter was still around. Many would buy Ultra Stats, but then send them to the shelter because they no longer wanted them. It was at this point that people would buy the pets for fifty FooDollars from the Shelter before they were old enough to be fixed. Therefore, there are many Ultra Stats on Foopets now. Depending on the stat percentage, a higher or lower offer will be given. The example given below’s percentage is 86.9%, and 87% if you round up.

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Uber Stat

Uber Stats are quite similar to Ultra Stats. However, they are pets that have a overall stat percentage of ninety percent or higher. They are still deemed Ultra Stats, but they also have the title Uber Stat. They come as either dogs or cats. These are the more coveted of the two types of Ultra Stats. Though this term is not known too well around the forums yet, I have seen it popping up lately. Depending on the breed and what the user wants, this type can be given high or low offers. The example given below’s percentage is 90.1%, and 90% if you round down.

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Non-Stat Related Glitches/Abnormalities

Balloon Head

Balloon Heads are Tuxedo Mixes that seemed to have a “swollen, balloon shaped” head back in February of 2009. The stripe on their forehead ran further up than normal, and they seemed a bit more “cartoonish”. Their eyes didn’t seem as realistic, as well. You could often catch a picture of these pets having the “swollen” head when they were standing up, sleeping, or laying down while yawning. You can find out if a pet is a Balloon Head or not by looking at its pictures.

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Black Aby’s{Abyssinian}

Black Abyssinians aren’t mentioned in the forums that much anymore, but they were still quite a topic of discussion a while back. Black Aby’s are Abyssinians that sort of have the same glitch as the Black Frisbee Dog, so to speak. Every once in a while, while performing a certain action, their fur would take on a “dirty, ashen” look to it. It was another lighting glitch, as stated by many. I have not witnessed this glitch firsthand, so there may be some more actions that causes it to have that “dirty, ashen” look that I do not know about. The main one that I can come up with is when it is standing up. You will see this action displayed in the example’s only picture below. Another way to cause this glitch to happen is when they are chasing the toy mice. They do not go for high offers, as they do not appear much in the forums anymore.

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Black Frisbee Dog

The Black Frisbee Dog is a normal Foo Husky that appears to have a “black” Frisbee at some points in time. This is due to a lighting glitch, as many have stated. The Black Frisbee Dog can only come as a Husky, though I am not too sure about the Red Husky; for, I have not witnessed this happening with a Red Husky firsthand. The Black Frisbee effect happens when you throw a Frisbee for a normal Foo Husky. If it is thrown to the right of the screen, you will sometimes see that right when he is about to jump and catch it, the Frisbee turns black. You will also notice that there will be a “dirty” tint to the Husky’s white fur. If it is thrown to the left of the screen, you will sometimes see that right when the Husky turns to go after the Frisbee, it turns black. You will also notice that there is that same “dirty” tint to the Husky’s white fur. You also will notice that sometimes when the Frisbee does /not/ turn black, the white furn on the Husky will sometimes have a pink/red tint to it. This is due to the same glitch, and is not another type in itself. To be able to tell that this is a Black Frisbee Dog, you must look at its pictures. Just click the “Fotos” button and you’ll be taken to this pet’s photos. There you can browse the pictures taken with the glitch. The Black Frisbee Dog is not rare, as it happens in all Foo Huskies. Normally, low offers go for these pets. (Please note that on the Example’s profile there will be a part of it stating that this Husky is also a White Nose Dog. This will be explained later on in this thread.)

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Male Calico

Why are Male Calicos on here, you ask? It is because they were not supposed to be implemented in the first place. Foo stated that because male Calicos were so rare in real life, they would not implement them into the online Calicos. Therefore, only female Calicos could be bought. However, one Foo morning, seventeen or so members were skimming through the Adoption Center. They were surprised to find that they had the option to adopt a male Calico. Even though they had no idea if Foo had finally decided to implement them or not, they went ahead and bought one. This glitch was realized quite soon, and it was shut down within the hour. It was discussed over whether the male Calicos should be taken away. However, they finally decided they would let those lucky members keep their male Calicos. There are less than twenty on the entire site, and they are all owned. Very high offers are given for these pets.

PLEASE NOTE: The Male Calico listed below is not for sale, as stated by his owner. Please do not ask his owner for him. If people continuously ask for him and I get complaints from the owner, this example will be removed from this thread.

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Switch Pet

_Switch Pets are pets that have switched breeds. They are /not/ pets that switched from Pokeys to Foos. Switch Pets are few and far between, and are coveted by many. Honestly, the reason Switch Pets happened is a mystery to me. Back when GoPokey was around, when new breeds were released, GoPokey gave the members the opportunity to “buy” another breed but keep the same pet ID number. So, once that member bought the secondary breed, they could switch between the breeds as often as they wished but many chose not to pay for the secondary breed. Pets that go from Foo, to Pokey are considered Morph pets, but going from Pokey to Foo naturally happened when a pet was sent to the Shelter. FooStudio switches are switch pets as well, but is a different glitch unknown to a lot of us. Higher offers are given for switch pets than some other pets, but there are also users who wouldn’t pay much for one. (This paragraph has been edited by FooPets Admin)

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White Nose

White nose happens on Foo Huskies, though I am not sure about the Red Huskies. White Noses occur when a normal Foo Husky will run after a tennis ball, and succeed at catching it. They will be toward the back of the screen. The lighting in the screen causes their faces to light up a bit, causing their noses to become blank. This also occurs when you throw a Frisbee sometimes. They will land on their stomach, facing you. This also causes their noses to light up like a light bulb. This happens in all Huskies, so not many would give a high offer at all for these pets.

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Please note that for this section, I am not including White Ear or White Tongue Pets. These are both small lighting glitches as well, as far as I'm told. Therefore, I am not including them for this reason, as well as they are not too big of a trend.

FAQ’s

What are First Generations?

First Generations are pets that have no parents. If you look at a pet’s profile, it will not give you any pets as its parents. Therefore, it is the first of its generation.

What are Legacy Foo’s?

What are Legacy Foo’s?
Legacy Foo’s are Foo dogs or cats that are under, or around, Pet When determining if a pet is a Legacy Foo you cannot go by the age of a pet, because pet’s ages can be accelerated. At the start of FooPets all 1st generation pets produced were supposed to be Foos and Pokeys could only be reproduced through breeding.  There are a few Legacy Pokeys that were released after the end of GoPokey.  
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What are Legacy Pokies?

Legacy Pokies are Pokey Dogs that are first generation, meaning no parents. (This post has been edited by Admin)

What are all the different Pokies?

Pokey German Shepherd, Pokey Siberian Husky, Pokey Rottweiler, Pokey Yellow Labrador, Pokey Chocolate Labrador, and the Pokey Black Labrador.

I’ve heard that Yorkies and Chihuahuas were once Pokies. Is this true?

Well, that’s quite a difficult question to answer. Many /do/ consider Yorkies and Chihuahuas as once being Pokies. Yorkies and Chihuahua’s /did/ once have a different look. The Yorkies had a different bow, and the Chihuahua’s had a more “dirty” appearance to them. They were all switched over to the current Yorkies and Chihuahuas, so that begs the question of “If they were once Pokies, shouldn’t there still be some of the originals left?” The answer to the Chihuahua’s is that they were glitchy, and had to be changed over. Simple as that. Thank you Remsie for clearing this up!

How do I change my Foopet’s scene?

That’s actually quite simple to do. You simply go to your pet’s play page, and click on “My Scenes”. Then you can click either “Create Scene” to create a new scene for your pet, or just click the drop down bar in an already made scene to place your pet in it.

Is it possible to care for other people’s pets anymore?

You have to be friends with someone before you are able to care for their pets.

How do I name my pet?

To name your pet, just click on “View Profile” on the specific pet you wish to name. Once on your pet’s profile, click “Edit Pet Description”. Here you can edit your pet’s name and profile. Don’t forget to click save!

Do we still get starpoints from spaying/neutering our pets?

No, we do not.

Why are so many people after LPGSD’s{Legacy Pokey German Shepherd Dog} and LPH’s{Legacy Pokey Husky}?

It is because they are less common than the other Pokies. This is because they were the first “premium” pets, so to speak. You had to pay Bones, which was the currency then, to get them.

How old does a pet have to be before you can spay/neuter it?

Six months old.

How old does a pet have to be before you can breed it?

One year old.

Do Foopets die?

No. Foopets cannot die.

In conclusion…

Thank you for reading this thread. I hope it helped, and answered any questions you may have. Take care, all!
Also, please note that I believe no pet is rare, except for the Male Calico. Each offer opinion was based off of other members. (:

Additional Comments by Admin Please Read:

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Fantastic guide!
As far as Pokey Chi’s. Yes, there were Pokey Chi’s. They were so glitchy, even more so than the Pokeys still today. They had to be changed to Foo’s or taken away all together.

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Remsie – Is that because they had more features than the other pokeys? I know they were the first to be introduced the ball (same as Yorkies) right?

Rottweilers are also are referred to “rottens” by ones that love them the most —which I also refer them as.

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Rott- They did look a bit different. They had bigger ears and different eyes. But Boy were they glitched to the maximum. They did run far back and very fast and would slip and fall. LOL IF you could play with them very much.

I do not remember about the Yorkies tho. The one I have used to belong to my niece and when she had to leave I purchased it from her.

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I do not remember much about them myself. I had an account in early 2009 – petted my pet, played with others and left… I didn’t understand the full concept of foo. xD

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Thank you for clearing this up, Remsie! I edited the FAQ answer to include what you told me.

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Thank you. :)

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What a wonderful guide, I am sure this shall help many people on foo. Well put together. :)

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Wonderful guide.

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Amzing Guide. I have a pet Her name is Daisy do you now what the kind of picture on her profile is called is there a name for that kind of glitch?

Daisy Do Glitch i dont really know what they call this kind or if it has no name at all.

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Amzing Guide. I have a pet Her name is Daisy do you now what the kind of picture on her profile is called is there a name for that kind of glitch?

It appears as if the screen doubled when the picture was taken. I'm afraid I do not know this glitch, for I have never seen it. I've seen glitches where only the base coat of a pet was showing, but nothing like this.

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Yes the strange thing about her si the owner that took the picture is the only one that has pets that did that all are dogs her cat didnt do that all are female all are around same age and stats its strange i think. there is only 2 that i have seen like her. Thanks for telling me:) I call her a Rainbow Pet.:)

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I’m confused. You said, “Ultra stats are pets whose overall stat percentage rises above eighty percent”. I had always thought that an Ultra-stat started at 80%. Are you telling me now that a pet that is 80% is not an Ultra-stat???? I’ve been in the game for 16 months learning about the different types stats.

Wow, if this is true I have just wasted the last 4 months of my Foo-life! I started looking for Ultras in May and in some cases I’ve been satisfied with getting just an 80% Ultra.

Russian Blues are also known as RBs in the game.

The Westie is already an abbreviation in itself. The breed is the West Highland White Terrier, or more commonly known now as the West Highland Terrier. I find it odd that the programmers chose to just call them Westies but call the Jack Russell Terrier by it’s long name istead of calling them JRTs or Jacks as they are affectionately called in dog circles. I also noticed that they spelt Russell wrong for the Jack Russel Terrier Rough Coat, known in the game as JRTRCs.

I also have some pets who have stats in a pattern that I have put a name to but they are not officially recognized. I have a ladder-stat, a paw-stat, a W- stat, and Z-stats.

Oh, and don’t forget those “repeat stats” that a player came up with. Stats that repeat as in 121, 121, 121, 131, 124. I even saw a repeat-repeat-stat, 110, 110, 110, 112, 112.

I have Legacy Foo Yorkies and Legacy Foo Chihuahuas with Pokey-proof on my DevilMayCare account. Their fotos show the difference between the old Pokey type and the new Foo type. The Yorkies are easy to tell apart, but I still have trouble telling the Chihuahuas apart unless I see their foto side by side. No there are no more Pokey Yorkies or Pokey Chis in the game. They were the first breeds to be Foo-ified when the game changed from Go-Pokey to FooPets.

If FooPets don’t “die”, what is the definition of “pet not found” that I come across all too often in the game. I also noticed that when I hit on one of the older 4, 5, 6 digit Pokeys you get a Mad Kitty error message.

Thank you for explaining the White Nose and the Black Frisbee phenomenon of the Siberian Husky. I just bought a girl last night (DevilMayCare account) that has fotos of both and when I asked about it in the forums I really didn’t get a good answer. And no it is not rare, but it does only happen to this breed of Husky.

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I also have some pets who have stats in a pattern that I have put a name to but they are not officially recognized. I have a ladder-stat, a paw-stat, a W- stat, and Z-stats.

Since they are not officially recognized, I did not include those.

Oh, and dont forget those repeat stats that a player came up with. Stats that repeat as in 121, 121, 121, 131, 124. I even saw a repeat-repeat-stat, 110, 110, 110, 112, 112.

I did not forget them. I simply chose not to add them.

I have Legacy Foo Yorkies and Legacy Foo Chihuahuas with Pokey-proof on my DevilMayCare account. Their fotos show the difference between the old Pokey type and the new Foo type. The Yorkies are easy to tell apart, but I still have trouble telling the Chihuahuas apart unless I see their foto side by side. No there are no more Pokey Yorkies or Pokey Chis in the game. They were the first breeds to be Foo-ified when the game changed from Go-Pokey to FooPets.

I already know this, for it has been confirmed by an ambassador. I thank you for your input, however.

If FooPets dont die, what is the definition of pet not found that I come across all too often in the game. I also noticed that when I hit on one of the older 4, 5, 6 digit Pokeys you get a Mad Kitty error message.

A mad kitty is simply just a "blockage". If you look at Brownie's link, you can see that his information is still there, but it won't let you see his page. It just means that he is hidden from us. A "Pet not found" means the pets were deleted, but it was a glitch for the most part and being deleted is not the same as dying. If it were to say "Deceased", then I would count it as being dead.

Thank you for explaining the White Nose and the Black Frisbee phenomenon of the Siberian Husky. I just bought a girl last night (DevilMayCare account) that has fotos of both and when I asked about it in the forums I really didnt get a good answer. And no it is not rare, but it does only happen to this breed of Husky.

You are welcome, and thank you for your input. I was a bit unsure whether it happened in the Red Husky or not, due to me never having owned one.

The Westie is already an abbreviation in itself. The breed is the West Highland White Terrier, or more commonly known now as the West Highland Terrier. I find it odd that the programmers chose to just call them Westies but call the Jack Russell Terrier by its long name istead of calling them JRTs or Jacks as they are affectionately called in dog circles. I also noticed that they spelt Russell wrong for the Jack Russel Terrier Rough Coat, known in the game as JRTRCs.

Since many people do not tend to know the West Highland White Terrier, I did not include that as a name for them. It is common to hear them even called Westies on TV. Not even I knew that was their full breed name.

Russian Blues are also known as RBs in the game.

Since I do not see this commonly, I did not include it. RB could potentially confuse someone with "Rare Breeds", as I have seen that before as an abbreviation.

Im confused. You said, Ultra stats are pets whose overall stat percentage rises above eighty percent. I had always thought that an Ultra-stat started at 80%. Are you telling me now that a pet that is 80% is not an Ultra-stat???? Ive been in the game for 16 months learning about the different types stats.

I decided not to include that it could fall at the eighty percent line because many people tend to round up from seventy-nine percent. It can sometimes get on other's nerves when they find an eighty percent when it's really just a seventy nine point five. However, if it /does/ fall right at eighty percent, then /yes/, it is an Ultra Stat.

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Thank you for clearing up some of the issues I had going on my head :)

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This is a great guide. :)

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what is a legacy?

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what is a legacy?

Legacies are pets that are first generation, and are older than two years. However, some go by the three year standard. To be safe, I would go with three years or older.

Yes, I do realize that some say Legacy Foo’s are pets that were once Pokies. Considering I prefer the older definition of what a Legacy was, I’m using that instead. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Tuxedo Mixes have no common abbreviation or term.

Actually, some call them Tuxes.

How old does a pet have to be before you can spay/neuter it?
Six months old.

It’s actually 4 months.

Do Foopets die?
No. Foopets cannot die.

Not at this time? Because some ambassadors (I forget who) once said that they may dies within 10-11 years since birth, but because Foo has not existed that long it is only a theory.

Otherwise, this is really nice.

Before I go, this is a sticky, so I can post here, right?