I find it annoying that even at Animal Taming and Animal Lore both maxed out at 120, still it can be difficult to control a pet. When the spawn is hectic and there is a number of targets, if the tamer wants to pull the pet out of a dangerous situation it is a nightmare and needs spamming "all follow" way, but really way too many times. I think once or twice, or perhaps 3 times should be enough but no, unless the tamer spams the command many many times the pet walks a few tiles towards the tamer only to then go back into the fight. This should not happen, not with a maxed out tamer and a bonded/trained pet. I may well be wrong, but personally, I see training of a pet as a synonimous of obedience. If I have spent time training a pet then the pet should obey to commands right away and not get distracted right after and force the tamer to repeat that command a number of times. Another command problem, is sticking on a target when told to kill it. If there is a number of enemies, all attacking the pet, the pet rather than dealing with them one by one, until they are dead (before passing onto the next target), often switches target while in fight giving to the previous target time to heal back. Therefore, fighting multiple targets can take forever since this target switching while in mid fight allows the enemy to heal back and drags the battle forever. The tamer has to keep on ordering to kill that one target over and over till it is dead to prevent target switching to something else. This is annoying and, I think, not tolerable at maxed out taming skills or with a bonded and trained pet. Bottom line is, I think, that pets' A.I. needs some work to have pets more stably and readily obey masters' commands without forcing them to issue those commands over and over and over and over, annoyingly....... Seeing the pet as the tamer's "weapon" or "spell", just like a fighter's weapon or a mage's spell never misses at 120 skill (or really hardly), I think also the pet should be realiably controllable at that maxed out level without the need to spam commands over and over to have the pet do what the tamer wants.