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2-09-2012 @ 12:59PM
To be honest? With your pet's innate 90% AOE damage reduction, plus stopping to throw out a Mend Pet every so often if you notice he's taking hits (and I believe 2 out of the 3 specs even have passive pet healing), plus any passive healing you get with the right party class comp, if your pet is taking so much damage that the healer needs to throw him a heal, I can confidently say you are probably doing something wrong.Barring those fringe instances where your pet is offtanking or got hit with a nasty random spell, a pet shouldn't be taking that much damage that the hunter can't handle it. Yes, that might mean repositioning your pet if he's standing in a cleave/fire/what have you, it might even mean pulling him out of mele for a second. But poor pet management is no excuse to blame the healer.End rant. :P As both a healer and a hunter, I see this happen FAR too often.
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