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This little watch pet is probably one of the cutest dinosaur virtual pets to ever exist. It goes from one chubby dino stage to the next, never decreasing in cuteness along the way. The problem? It dies easily for some reason :( It has the exact same programming as the Honey Bear, but for some odd reason if you don't pay super careful attention to it, it will die. I've actually run it a few times and have never successfully made it to adulthood. I even had it right next to me a few times and it would die randomly. It's kinda like an Oceangotchi in that regard. Other than that unfortunate detail, it is actually one of the cutest virtual pets I own. Here is a video for those who are having trouble understanding how to work this pet, because I've noticed that many people were having a hard time:


Here are some photos of the one I own:


These aren't particularly rare pets. I think I got mine for around $18. They still go for about this much and come in all kinds of different color shell designs. There are some that are just a keychain and others that are a watch, like this one. They can run from anywhere between $10-30. Keep your eye out for a cheap one out of package :)
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This virtual pet also has a strap to be used as a "watch." I have seen these in different color shells, but they all have the cute little dog design. They have almost the exact same programming as the Honey/Lovely Bear. Out of all the pets like this with the same programming (dog, bat, dino and bear), I think this one has the cutest animations and growth. The puppy doesn't change much except to get bigger, and takes about 2-3 weeks to become full grown. I played it for a long time and it could take a lot of neglect. Sometimes I would only check on it once or twice a day and it still wasn't dead or sick. It also has the least annoying beeping out of these pets, in my opinion. I also think the shell is the cutest out of all these pets. I like the fact that you can wear it as a watch, but they also just come with a regular keychain. The annoying thing about these pets is that you have to take the entire back shell off just to access the battery. Back in the day, most virtual pets took two LR44 batteries, but this one takes one CR2032. I give this pet a 10 out of 10. I would say it is one of my favorites.

Here are some pictures of the one I own:

I got mine used for about $20. I think they still go for about this price.


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