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20 Best Skyrim Creature Mods For Custom Animals & Fierce Monsters

The vanilla monsters that Skyrim presents are quite cool.

But if you’ve been playing the game for over five years like me, you’re probably wondering why the Skyrim fauna isn’t a bit more diverse. But worry not my friend, as there have been countless modders who thought the same.

And they’ve created some fantastic mods that add new creatures to the game!

Some of these mods will add scary creatures to the game, while others will simply enhance the way you perceive the animals of Skyrim while traveling throughout it’s isolated landscapes.

In any case I think you’ll completely fall in love with some of these amazing additions.

Most of these mods should all be compatible with one another, so just be sure that you’re installing them correctly and you should have no issues at all with any of them. And since these mods are directly affecting the way creatures spawn and which mobs show up in your game, I strongly advise you to start a new game before giving them a test run.

20. Diverse Dragon Collection

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Ah, being the Dragonborn is such a fantastic way to live life.

Killing dragons and absorbing their souls for your own benefit is surely one of the best ways for you to experience action, isn’t it?

Well, in my opinion it is. However satisfaction can only be so good when you’re fighting the same dragons over and over again… as it really gets old pretty quickly to see the same old dragons fight you and die.

With the Diverse Dragon Collection mod you’ll be able to fight many different dragons (over 20, in fact!) and see them fall in battle against the might of the person who was born to free Skyrim from the rule of these mighty flying lizards.


19. Farm Animals

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Look, according to the Elder Scrolls lore there really weren’t any farm animals in most farms.

It doesn’t really feel right visiting a farm and seeing only cows, right?

Well I’m pretty sure Bethesda added just a few farm animals to keep the game stable, but technology has evolved a lot since the release of the game. So it’s time we add some damn ducks and pigs to those sad farms.

The Farm Animals mod adds a bunch of new mobs to the game, albeit some of them are super annoying just like in real life. But it adds new layers to the game that will surely help you undergo a completely new experience.


18. Beast Skeletons

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I find odd how this refers to the other Skyrim races that aren’t human as “beasts”.

It somehow feels a bit racey, doesn’t it? Well let’s not judge the descriptions here too much – Beasts Skeletons simply makes it so the random skeleton mobs that you see in Skyrim aren’t exclusively human skeletons.

You will be able to come across a bunch of different skeletons to those that come with the base game.

Why shouldn’t the dead bodies of Khajit, Argonians, and Orcs be able to become undead foes, right?

I really doubt the entities in charge of undead-ness are as racist as one would think…


17. Elemental Dragons

Elemental Dragons Skyrim mod

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Oh my.

If you’re looking for variety as well as quality, this mod might be exactly what you’re after.

It adds a grand total of 45 new dragons to the game, all of which have a special element in which they are strong.

So you will face a wider variety of challenges than you did in your first playthrough back when Skyrim was released.

Just keep in mind that Elemental Dragons has a few compatibly issues with other mods, so you might want to check out the list of incompatible mods in the descriptions of this one.


16. Unicorn Mod

Unicorn Mod for Skyrim

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I know I shouldn’t be so triggered about this, but why on Earth does a world with a bunch of mythical creatures doesn’t have unicorns?

I mean, aren’t those some of the most legendary creatures that never supposedly exist?

It truly feels like a huge opportunity to have left them out, and the creator of this mod thought exactly that – which is why there are now unicorns in Skyrim (if you installed this mod, of course).

I really like that the creator of the mod tried to make the unicorns as lore-friendly as possible. So those of you who care about it as much as me can be satisfied playing through the authentic game.


15. Real Wildlife

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Ay, new species!

Real Wildlife adds almost 500 new species to the game, which will basically allow you to redefine your Skyrim experience by introducing more creatures than you’ll ever be able to see into the game.

The mod is truly something else, as it adds new species as well as variants to each species into the game. Which is sure to make you feel like you’re playing at totally different game that looks eerily similar to Skyrim.


14. One with Nature

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Now this mod might not add new mobs per se to the game.

But it allows you to edit the way all of the mods in vanilla Skyrim interact with you.

As such you’ll be able to set some creatures to be friendly towards you, even though they might’ve been aggressive in the first place.

And you will be able to become “one with nature” and interact with creatures that you couldn’t have gotten near before. How damn cool is that?!


13. Dogs of Skyrim

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Why aren’t there various dogs in Skyrim?

Seriously, there seems to be like three dog models in the entire game. I refuse to believe an entire region offers as little variety as it was portrayed when the game came out.

Thankfully I’m not the only one.

The creator of Dogs of Skyrim has managed to add over 30 different new dogs to the game, all of which have unique models and are from different breeds. You’ll get to choose which dogs you want to adopt and which breed you prefer.


12. Animallica – Skyrim Wildlife Overhaul

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Are you looking to enhance the wildlife experience in Skyrim?

If your answer is a swift yes then simply go and download this mod. Don’t even worry about any further questions – just get it.

This adds a bunch of new animals to the game, with over 100 new species as well as smaller species included in the mod.

They are all tweaked so their level shows in accordance to your own character’s so you’ll be able to enjoy these new creatures (and slay them!) regardless of your level.


11. Pets of Skyrim

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Cats, Dogs, Skyrim.

For the first time in many years we’ll be able to mix all of those words in a single sentence without adding the words “can’t be found in”.

You’ll finally be able to see all of those small little animals that you love in real life in your favorite RPG of all time.

Pets of Skyrim adds pets that are very detailed. And this mod fits perfectly to the remastered version of the game too.


10. True Wolves of Skyrim

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Alright, this one mod doesn’t really add new mobs to the game. In fact, it doesn’t add any type of creature at all.

However I’ve decided to include it because it makes wolves look absolutely fantastic.

True Wolves of Skyrim is basically a high-quality texture replacer for the basic wolf texture that the game comes with.

That texture is outdated to say the least, so the creator of this mod decided to tweak it.

You’ll be fearing for your life whenever you look directly at the eyes of a wolf after installing this mod.


9. Bethesda Performance Textures

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This freebie is a graphical enhancer that takes the best textures in the game and turns them into enhanced versions.

Which is nice because it takes up much less resources from your computer, but still manages to look absolutely fantastic on the eye.

You’ll find that the Bethesda Performance Textures are some of the best texture mods around if you’re running the game in an older computer.


8. Bellyaches New Dragon Species

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The absolute madman who created this mod (who also happens to have one of the coolest names in the modding community) has created a total of 50 new dragons and added them to the game, spanning 13 new species that you’ll be able to encounter in the wild.

If you’re tired of staring at the same dragons in all of your playthroughs, then rejoice – you’ve found the solution to end all your problems.


7. Armored Sabrecat Mount

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Riding horses is cool. But you know what’s even cooler?

Riding a damn armored sabrecat!

Imagine traveling through the planes of Skyrim on top of one of the most majestic beasts in existence, which also happens to be wearing a fantastic piece of armor.

Gone are the days of watching your horse hopelessly attempt to stomp your foes – ride your sabrecat to battle and watch it tear through the skin of beasts like as if they were made of paper mâché!


6. Immersive Horses

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If you’re looking for overhauls then this one is one you’ll have to try out.

Apart from the creator’s witty and humorous remarks, Immersive Horses adds to the game a bunch of new commands and settings that will allow you to look at the horses in Skyrim in a completely different way.

It makes them far more useful without making them overpowered.


5. Birds of Skyrim

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The one thing that I didn’t know that I wanted until I saw it in action – birds in Skyrim!

This mod adds over 20 new bird species to the world.

They can all be found in different locations according to where you’d find them in the real world (they all exist, so it all depends on their preferred climates).

The creator of the mod was kind enough to add a list for us not to get lost when searching for the birds. However the fun part of this mod is to simply explore the lands that you already know and watch them populated with new creatures!


4. Bellyaches Animal and Creature Pack

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Our friend Bellyaches makes it once again to this list with a revamp to the fauna of Skyrim – and this time it isn’t dragons what I’m talking about.

The mod is meant to enhance the look of every animal in the game by introducing over 100 new textures to the environments of the land, which makes it easy for you to think this is the first time you’re playing through the game.

Quite the choice for anyone looking into immersion.


3. SkyTEST – Realistic Animals and Predators

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This mod is something else.

The creator made sure to revamp the animal system by creating an entire foodchain to make the animals feel more natural, and he also made sure to revamp the behavior of animals to make them act like their real-life counterparts and not just like mindless mobs.

A stunning mod that every Skyrim players needs to try.


2. Skyrim Immersive Creatures

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Immersive Creatures adds over 30 new species of creatures to the game. Seems basic but it’s actually quite detailed.

You will find everything from entirely new creatures to small variations of pre-existing creatures, which still add a lot of variety to this fantastic game.


1. Convenient Horses

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When it comes to horse mods, or creature mods in general, this is the best you’ll find for Skyrim.

It lets you herd horses and it even improves the mounted combat system that the game comes with.

It’s an amazing revamp of a classic system which keeps the essence of Skyrim but makes it a hundred times better. What’s not to love?

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You can now pet the Dragonborn's best friend with this Skyrim pet the dog mod

Thanks to the endless work of prolific modders, is there anything you can't do in Skyrim? Not anymore, no. You can have Half-Life's gravity gloves. You can create new voice lines. Now, at last, you can also pet the dog. Even the Dragonborn's best friend deserves a few good pats on the head between biting skeevers and fighting vampires.

This dog petting downtime activity is the work of modder JaySerpa. Approaching a friendly dog and interacting with it while unarmed will result in some pets dependant on whether the pup in question is sitting, standing, or lounging about. Here, look. It's exactly what it says on the tin. The Dragonborn pets dogs now—simple and perfect.

"I'm not an animator, these animations are not perfect," says JaySerpa. "You must be facing the dog straight forward for them to make sense most of the time, but hey, it's what we have and I'll gladly take it so I can pet my boy Meeko!" Same, honestly. Perfect or not, these dog petting animations light up my little brain wires, internally screaming out "who's a good dog? yes, you are!"

I know that petting the dog is a whole meme and half now but here's the thing: I've probably never played and never will play most of the games with dog petting in 'em. However, I'm only ever about six months away from bolting a bunch of new mods to Skyrim and setting off on a new adventure, so I feel pretty confident I'll actually end up petting these dogs at some point.

JaySerpa is also apparently working on a larger mod that will let you pet more animals and have other interactions with objects and NPCs. For now though, the important bit deserved a standalone.

You can find this essential mod over on Nexus Mods in both Special Edition and original Skyrim flavors.

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Sometimes traveling Skyrim by yourself can be lonely, but not every character would welcome human companionship – or maybe you don’t want to deal with the other aspects of the follower system like managing inventory and equipment. Maybe your character (or you!) is an animal lover. And sometimes you just need a furry friend because not having one at your side feels wrong. In this list, I’ve compiled a collection of the best animal and creature follower mods for both special edition and legendary (classic) edition I could find, taking into account variety and functionality.

Love a pet but don’t like the name the author chose for it? Check out the quick guide to renaming things!

Dogs & Wolves

Skyrim Legendary EditionSkyrim Special EditionGarm the Husky Companion/ (SSE)

A feature-rich dog/husky follower with many appearance options available, both lore-friendly and unique. Doesn’t trigger traps, has max stealth skill, and is overall a very well developed follower.

Skyrim Legendary EditionMeeko Reborn

While my criteria for most of these mods is that they add new animals rather than editing existing ones, this one was too good to pass up. Adds a variety of unique appearance options and features to vanilla dog follower Meeko, including a summon spell, enhanced stealth, and making him essential so you never have to worry about Meeko dying on you again.

Skyrim Legendary EditionVigilance Reborn

Just like the above mod, adds a bunch of useful features to the vanilla dog companion Vigilance: unique appearances, cannot be killed, ability to call him to your side, and more.

Skyrim Legendary EditionFenrir the Frost Wolf

An icy themed wolf follower, Fenrir has a unique appearance and the ability to cast several frost spells. Also comes with his own summoning spell.

Skyrim Legendary EditionDoge – The Husky Companion

A simple black and white husky companion with HD fur and eye textures. Has a few appearance varieties, such as with or without armor, and eye color options. Doesn’t set off traps or stealth meter.

Skyrim Legendary EditionTrue Meeko

Several cute appearance options for vanilla dog Meeko. Also makes him essential and allows him to level with you.

Skyrim Legendary EditionWolf Master

Adds a small dungeon that, one completed, allows you to recruit several wolf companions. Also includes options for allowing several wolves to follow you.

Skyrim Legendary EditionDaruk The Fire Wolf

An essential, flaming wolf companion. For when you need a dog that’s also on fire all the time.

Skyrim Legendary EditionAmaterasu – The Great Spirit

A wolf with a very unique design and textures based on a Japanese deity. Comes with its own MCM menu for customization and a summoning shout.

Cats and Sabre Cats

Skyrim Special EditionCats of Skyrim

Adds all sorts of domestic and wild cats to many areas in the game, including purchasable/adoptable cats.

Skyrim Legendary EditionJango

A rideable sabre cat with enhanced health regen, summoning spell, and item to enable/disable following or waiting in a specific location.

Skyrim Legendary EditionTanback

Adds a sabrecat follower with custom sounds, textures, dialogue options, and is essential.

Skyrim Legendary EditionGuenhwyvar

A summonable panther follower with custom dialogue commands. Unfortunately only lasts for 6 hours per day, but can be resummoned daily or force-recruited with a follower mod like EFF to last permanently.

Skyrim Legendary EditionCharlie – A Cat Follower

A cute house cat follower with several color options.


Skyrim Legendary EditionChinook Bear Companion

A feature-rich bear follower that you raise from a cub. Can be dynamically renamed, fed in order to grow, and ridden as a mount when he reaches adulthood.

Skyrim Legendary EditionDovahbear Companion

A bear wearing the iconic iron helmet. Can be summoned, has several color options, is essential, will carry your burdens, and can also be transformed into a werebear.


Skyrim Legendary EditionChicken Companion

Adds an essential chicken follower who will attack with you in combat, can carry your burdens, has a cute helmet, and can also be upgraded to learn spells and shouts.

Skyrim Legendary EditionThe Chicken Returns

A very strange follower with an assortment of … interactions. Best to have a look at the mod page and decide if this level of chickinsanity is what you’re looking for in your life.


Skyrim Legendary EditionEevee the Magical Fox Companion

A fox with a variety of appearances and magical abilities that can be changed in-game by providing it with elemental salts.

Farm Animals

Skyrim Legendary EditionPoogie the Pig Follower

A pig follower that will carry items for you and follow you. She doesn’t use an animal slot for followers, so you can keep her and another animal. Inexplicably speaks with a female dark elf voice.

Skyrim Legendary EditionNilly the Skyrim Goat

A simple mod that adds an essential goat follower with literally no other features.


Skyrim Legendary EditionSkyrim Special EditionRabbits Kingdom/ (SSE)

Adds an absurd amount of rabbits and rabbit-related things, including a variety of (adorable) follower options and appearances. Also check out the creator’s other mods for more animals.


Skyrim Legendary EditionDragonborn Mudcrabs

Adds three recruitable mudcrabs who can each use a variety of shouts and spells for maximum mudcarnage.

Skyrim Legendary EditionMudCrab – Follower

A fast moving mudcrab who can equip select armors, such as shields and backpacks – for maximum adorable.



Skyrim Legendary EditionHealing Spriggan Pet

Adds a spriggan named Vilya who will heal and restore the mana of your character and any other nearby allies. Also removes the “buzzing” sound from spriggans’ attacks.

Skyrim Legendary EditionSnapleg Cave Spriggan Companion

Allows you to rescue and recruit the spriggan in Snapleg Cave. Uses a vanilla human voicetype, is essential, and can perform standard follower actions.

Skyrim Legendary EditionBracken the Spriggan Follower

A spriggan with her own custom textures, recruitable after a small dungeon. Uses the follower slot for animals, is essential, and can carry your things.

Exotic/Unusual Animals

Skyrim Legendary EditionFish Companion

A custom voiced slaughterfish follower who wears a dapper top hat and walks around on mechanical dwarven legs. Truly a marvel to behold.

Skyrim Legendary EditionWalrus aka Horker Companion

A horker follower who will accept very basic commands and is essential. Nothing terribly special, but horker followers are apparently a rarity!

Skyrim Legendary EditionNixy the Nix-Hound

A unique nix hound follower straight out of Morrowind. Functions the same as a typical dog companion.

Unusual Companions/Creature Followers

Skyrim Legendary EditionSkyrim Special EditionRupert the Teddy Bear/ (SSE)

A custom voiced teddy bear follower with a variety of customization options, including unlockable outfits and a summoning spell. He can also ride on your back.

Skyrim Legendary EditionMushroom Followers

Five miniature walking mushroom companions to accompany you on your travels, functioning similar to animal followers.

Skyrim Legendary EditionLamp Follower

A unique follower that is literally a cute custom lamp on a pole. Provides light, and has an optional unique walking sound.

Skyrim Legendary EditionPonzu Sheep Follower

A cute, tiny stuffed sheep follower that performs all normal follower functions and speaks with the female young voice type.

Skyrim Legendary EditionPonzu Ball Robot

A unique and definitely not lore friendly little robot, with optional colors and head-turrets. Head turrets!

Skyrim Legendary EditionSkinned hound companion

An intimidating skinned dog/death hound follower based on Oblivion’s Shivering Isles’ pet.


Skyrim Legendary EditionSkyrim Special EditionDwarven Luggage/ (SSE)

A unique companion intended to carry your numerous burdens with its near-infinite storage space. Has two appearance options and comes with a summoning spell.

Skyrim Legendary EditionSkyrim Special EditionDwemer Dogs Companions/ (SSE)

Three dwemer-style dog followers who use dark elf voice types. Can perform all typical follower actions and are essential.

Skyrim Legendary EditionDwemer Certified

A comprehensive mod to allow you to build your own dwemer companions from items forged and found in the world. Each type of follower has its own unique uses/abilities, and most have several upgrade options as well.

Skyrim Legendary EditionThree sisters Droid

Three female-looking dwemer droids with custom appearances and magical effects. Found outside of Whiterun, which is slightly awkward.

Skyrim Special EditionLug the Friendly Sphere Follower

A dwemer sphere follower who is essential, can carry your things, and other normal follower stuff. Speaks with a human male (drunk) voice.

Assorted Companion Packs

Skyrim Legendary EditionBFF Animal Companions

Adds a dog and fox follower, with tons of texture options for both and a huge amount of features: unique traits/bonuses for leveling up, summon whistle, custom combat options, and lots more.

Skyrim Legendary EditionInconsequential Pets

Adds a huge variety of pets and a sanctuary for them in the Whiterun tundra. All pets are non-combat, and will simply follow you and keep you company. Includes appearance options for several pets.

Skyrim Special EditionPets of Skyrim

A small collection of pets that you can pick up at Eldergleam Sanctuary. All pets are essential and will fight with you in combat.

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Skyrim Mod Allows Players to Pet Dogs

It has been nearly 10 years since the release of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, and in that time a lot has happened. Not many games can claim to still be relevant a full decade after their release, but Skyrimhas managed to remain steadfast in terms of its presence within the gaming community. In fact, the modding scene for the game is as strong as ever.

There are a plethora of amazing Skyrim mods that players can download via the Steam workshop and sites like Nexus Mods. Most of these mods are texture based and are used to insert random creatures or objects from other properties, one of the most famous of which being the Thomas the Tank Engine dragon mod. However, Skyrim mods have a lot more practical uses outside of making the game look different.

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A lot of mods for the game can impact the gameplay and how players interact with the world of Skyrim. A new mod that was released earlier today by Nexus Mod user jayserpa allows players to pet the dogs found in the game. This has been a modern trend in video games, with even Ghost of Tsushima releasing a dog petting content update a few months after the game's release.

For active Skyrim players, this mod should add to the overall immersion and enjoyment of the game. However, it does seem odd that it took this long for users to add a dog petting mod. By this point, modders have already added Batman into Skyrim, as well as a ton of other mods that change the gameplay in interesting ways.

In any case, it is nice that those who wish to now have the option to pet the dogs in Skyrim. Players could previously only talk to the dogs, causing them to bark at the player. There's already a lot of kind things players can do to NPCs in Skyrim, but this should an extra dimension in terms of what can be done.

It will be interesting to see if Skyrim manages to retain its popularity in the coming years. The Elder Scrolls 6will release sometime in the future and has quite a lot to live up to in terms of how much of an impact Skyrim had on the community. Only time will tell if Skyrim manages to hold a candle to what The Elder Scrolls 6 has in store.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available now on all major platforms.

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Skyrim Mod Finally Lets Players Pet Dogs

It's been nearly ten years, but a modder has finally added a new feature to Skyrim that should have been in from the beginning – petting the dog.

Nearly a decade after its release, adventurers in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can finally pet dogs thanks to a new mod. Skyrim's modding community is one of the most active in all of gaming. Modders have created DLC-sized content, fully voiced followers, and even an entire game made with Skyrim's engine and tools. Because of the diverse list of mods to choose from, players can revisit the land of the Nords with a different style of play each time.

While most mods usually add a new weapon, a custom follower, or something to turn the dragons into Thomas the Tank Engine, some can completely change how players experience the game. One example is the multiplayer mod introduced several years ago, which allows players to venture through Skyrim together like in Elder Scrolls Online. Some mods add immersive survival elements, while others overhaul the progression and skill systems of the game. The modding experience became so prevalent that Bethesda made it possible to add mods on consoles as well.

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As reported by GamesRadar, modder Jayserpa uploaded a mod called Pet The Dog, which adds petting animations for the player character. Once installed, all a player has to do is walk up to a dog without weapons, magic, or fists out and activate the dog to get the animations to start. There are three animations in total: one each for when the dog is sitting, standing or laying down. The player has to be facing the dog for the animation to look right. Otherwise, the Dragonborn will start petting the air rather than the dog. Jayserpa stated that while the animations in the game already look the part, improvements are possible.

Unfortunately, the animations are only for dogs, but Jayserpa is working on a larger mod that will allow the petting of other animals and NPCs. Additionally, the mod only works in the third-person perspective, but there is a workaround using a first-person mod like Immersive First Person View or similar. Pet the Dog achieves the animations without the use of animation modifier mods like FNIS or Nemesis.

It is important to note that prior to Jayserpa, no other mods on Nexus added the functionality of petting animals to the game. This is quite a surprising fact when one considers that over hundreds of thousands of mods for Skyrim have already been made. Whether or not it took this long because pets in Skyrim don't exist without mods or because dogs are scarce outside of the game's cities is unknown. However, what is known is that Skyrim players will no doubt attempt to pet Barbas in their next playthrough, thanks to this mod.

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Source: GamesRadar

Skyrim is available on PC, PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.


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