155 individual looks.
This page lists untameable models for official pet families, as well as those that aren't currently classified but might make good pets anyway.
A sleeker, one-headed version of the core hound. These beasts are associated with the Dark Iron Dwarves and we don't yet know if they'll become generally tameable.
These ostensible core hound relatives are currently all classed as demons.
First seen in Hellheim in Legion.
This wicked new gorilla may have been designed for a raid boss but hopefully it will also be used on a tameable creature.
It's possible that this model can't be used for a pet at the moment, because it is constructed from several different model components.
No tameable versions of these robo-prairie dogs have been found yet, but if mechanical chickens can be then why not? :)
These eerie, flying beasts serve the Old Gods. Most are currently classed as Aberrations.
While these creatures are employed by the Mantid, they are clearly related to Silithid Colossi and could easily be grouped with Silithids.
Like tentacled versions of silithid colossi, these creatures serve N'Zoth.
This model is considered to be a type of demon spawn and, sadly, isn't currently a candidate for taming. Hopefully one day!
Tall, but could make a brilliant Stag pet.
This update for the original larva/grub model is unlikely to become tameable. It is included only because an NPC using the older model was once mistakenly tameable for a short time.
This model may be intended purely for supernatural summons; we don't know if it will ever be available for taming.
While shale spiders are tameable, these 'shale worms' have sadly never been.
Otherworldly creatures based on the Qilin / Kirin of Chinese and Japanese mythology. They've been spotted in the Shadowlands but are currently untameable.
Cute and furry and mean.
Possibly too tall for taming.
Rams could be grouped with Stags, or with Goats.
While they resemble dragonkin, cloud serpents are actually beasts.
If cloud serpents ever become tameable, these celestial forms would make great spirit beasts.