- Once this young Netch calf imprints on a master, it will follow him or her anywhere, floating along and tootling happily.
The Baby Netch was available from the Crown Store for 700 from December 23, 2015 to July 31, 2016. It is now available as an Epic-level reward in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates. Its default name is "Bulgy".
- Most Echalettes are docile and fawn-like, but not the Badger Ruff breed, which are strangely fierce and irritable. They're so ornery they've been known to chase away inquisitive Sabre Cats.
The Badger Ruff Echalette was available exclusively to ESO Plus members in the Crown Store from February 28 to March 4, 2019. It was made available to all players for 900 from March 28 to April 1, 2019. It is also available in New Moon Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Feisty".
- Who says a giant, aggressive, blood-sucking insect can't make a loveable pet? Not the Dark Elves of Bal Foyen, who breed them as trackers, watch-hounds, and netch-deflators.
The Bal Foyen Nix Hound was available in the Crown Store for 400 from May 5, 2016 to September 1, 2016. It is also available as a Superior-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates. Its default name is "Skeeter".
- "Everyone told me not to explore Bal Ur. Yeah, Daedric, blah blah whatever. What's worse? Striders there go for the head in droves. Gorgeous colors, though, all red and black, so I trapped and started training them. Won't crack your crown now!"—Skorg
- Though unwilling to fight, this Daedric minion will follow you loyally—for now.
- According to the calculations of the sages of the Cult of the Ancestor Moth, the bantam guar is the cutest creature in all Tamriel.
- While many crustaceans struggle to remove clinging barnacles, the Barnacle-Back Coral Crabs appreciate the company. Some naturalists believe the crabs welcome their guests' sharpened shells as an added protective layer. But maybe they're just gregarious!
The Barnacle-Back Coral Crab is an upcoming pet. Its default name is "Barnie".
- Though the adult Bear-Lizards can be quite intimidating, even fearsome, the roly-poly lizard cubs are disarmingly cute. (For reptiles, that is.)
The Bear-Lizard Cub is an upcoming pet. Its default name is "Scaly-Boo".
- This gentle giant embodies kindness and loyalty, and her loving spirit will run alongside you forever.
Belle is an upcoming pet. Her default name is "Belle".
- The Big-Eared Ginger, a favorite shipboard pet, is just about the most playful kitten in Summerset. Its over-sized sound catchers enable it to hear every tiny motion within range before it pounces upon it.
- The Ginger Mouser is a favorite barn cat of grain farmers all across central Tamriel, not just because it keeps the storage bins rodent-free, but also for its affectionate personality and goofy good looks.
- Thetys Ramarys of Balmora says, "I love our Bitter Coast Striders, but feel bad that they can't fly very well. So I'm selectively breeding them into a strain that, one day, will dominate the Vvardenfell skies, pursuing its prey for great distances!
The Bitter Coast Cliff Strider is a young Cliff Strider that was previously available in the Crown Store for 700 . It is also available as a Superior-level reward in Xanmeer Crates. Its default name is "Shrieky".
- The Black Bear Cub is both playful and affectionate, and is so adorable it's quickly forgiven for whatever trouble it gets into.
- This black cat knows things you cannot know, and sees things you cannot see. But that is the nature of all black cats, is it not?
The Black Cat was made available as part of a regional promotion on amazon.co.jp for those who purchased the Japanese digital version of the game. They were later made available in the Crown Store for 700 from (?) to (?). It returned to the Crown Store from October 26 through November 3, 2020. It is now available as a Superior-level reward in Frost Atronach Crates. Its default name is "Mimi".
- This variant of the Bear-Dog is a favorite of the Markarth Watch - and of the thieves who attempt to evade them. The Watch uses them to sniff out trouble, while the outlaws employ them to keep an eye out for the Watch!
- Bull Mastiffs from Morthal in Skyrim are fearless and tireless hunters inured to the hardships of the frozen marshes. The black ones are particularly popular with mages and alchemists.
- "Rajhin the Purring Liar had so many shadows that some of them took on lives of their own, becoming Black Senche-Panthers who stalk freely through Elsweyr—just like this kitten that plays with my tail." —Clan-Mother Ahnissi
The Blackwood Monkey is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available, though has been in the game files ever since at least Patch 2.1.0. Its default name is "Flinger".
- For the Dark Elves, the Shroom Shalk is a companion animal that brings calm and serenity to the Dunmeri home. There's just something so soothing about the way the blue fungal sprouts on its back gently wave and puff out spores as the beast putters about.
- "A 'Baby Dragon,' you say? No such thing. What you have there is a clever Illusion Imp that's found a way to get free handouts and a warm place to sleep. Young folk these days: so gullible." —Divayth Fyr
The Blue Dragon Imp was distributed to those that pre-purchased any version of the Elsweyr chapter, and was made available at its launch. The pet flies around while its owner is idle. Its default name is "Dwiindovah", which translates to "Steel Dragon" from the Dragon Language.
- The comical Blue Oasis Dragon Frog is native to Hew's Bane, and before they were bred as pets could be found only on that Hammerfell peninsula. These little bug-eaters are popular mascots at open-air taverns.
The Blue Oasis Dragon Frog was available from the Crown Store for 700 from May 19, 2016 to July 31, 2016. It is now available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Topaz" after the eponymous gem.
- The rare and colorful Shock Nixad looks rather like a tiny, winged Storm Atronach, though without the whirling electric rocks. They make loyal companions—though they may also make your hair stand on end!
- The night before Waking Day, Iliac Bay Bretons share stories about the Terrible Torchbug of Molag Bal. While the story varies, all agree on one thing: those followed by a cobalt-hued torchbug possess a savagery in battle that haunts any who survive.
The Blue Torchbug is an upcoming pet. Its default name is "Strifeseeker".
- Blackwood has some odd creatures. Take the bog dog. Sure, it lives in bogs, but it's no dog. That said, tame it and train it, and it'll follow you anywhere. Just make sure the local guards know it's yours."—Grelaith of White Stallion
- When the gray wolves of Rivenspire howl across the dismal moors of Boralis, it sends a chill down the spine and even the bravest look back over their shoulders—but by Kynareth, their pups sure are cute! And adorably playful into the bargain.
- "The Brassilisk is created from interconnected brass squares, its exposed copper wiring allowing for its snakelike movement. Popular as a pet, you'll often see them following the quick footsteps of young scholars." —Endilaril, Clockwork City Naturalist
The Brassilisk is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Coppertongue".
The Bravil Retriever is a gold-furred dog that was previously available from the Crown Store for 400 from April 9, 2015 to July 31, 2016. It returned to the Crown Store briefly in 2021, being available from February 18 to 22. It is also available as a Superior-level reward in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates. Its default name is "Dogdroth", a portmanteau of "dog" and "daedroth".
- Originally bred to find and kill rats on the docks of the Iliac Bay, the Breton Terrier has found a place in the hearts and minds of many Tamrielics due to its joyful and wriggly behavior.
The Breton Terrier is a dog that was available from the Crown Store for 700 from July 18 through 21, 2019. It is also available as a Superior-level reward in Sovngarde Crates. Its default name is "Digger".
- "When a Bright Moons Lunar Moth follows you, the blessings of Jone and Jode flutter close behind."—Moon-Priest Tedaza
- The legend among the underworld explorers of the Undaunted is that these little incendiary sprites are responsible for lighting all the candles, torches, and lanterns found burning underground, flying ahead of adventurers to ignite them in the dark.
The Brimstone Nixad is a flaming nixad that was available to ESO Plus members in the Crown Store for 1,080 from February 21 to 25, 2019. They were later sold to other players for 1200 from March 28 to April 1, 2019. Its default name is "Torchy".
Bristlegut Piglets were given out at conventions and as part of official competitions and giveaways in 2014. It was also included as part of the Humble Monthly Promotion in 2017. Its default name is "Muddles".
- Originally from Solstheim, this tempestuous boar exists in two modes: hungry and hungrier! Given that it can carry gear, though, providing it with its favorite fungi is a small matter.
The Bristleneck War Boar is available in the Crown Store for 1,200 . It went on sale at a 20% discount (960 ) for all players from April 12 to April 15, 2021. When purchased, it increases the inventory capacity of each of your characters by 5. This increase is passive and there is no requirement to make the boar your active pet. This is the first time a vanity pet has provided tangible gameplay benefits. Its default name is "Grumblerush".
- "People blessed by these brown bat companions experience very few issues with insects. They love hiding in your pack during the day, and they'll keep you bug-free while you sleep at night."—Tanandra, Scholar-Errant
- "The Butterscotch Dragon Frog presumably got its name from the Argonian practice of naming things after flavors, whether those things taste like that or not. This one has no intention of finding out whether it does." -Ma'iq the Liar