This looks very similar to the houndeye of Half Life, dunno if anyone one can confirm this with jagex might make an addition to the trivia section. - (unsigned by An Hero 1)
Earlier today the dialouge for this pet was up here, now its gone? Can it either be put back or, if it has been moved, a suitable link placed? It WAS here before. X) Super adm 22:12, November 7, 2010 (UTC)
Things like pet dialogues and book info are copyrighted by JaGex unfortunally , besides the dialogue is quite nasty... im the original poster of it XzarDragon 22:18, November 7, 2010 (UTC)
That explains why the dialogue pages for all pets/summoning familiars have been removed.
Must remember to get a pet Terrier after doing all quests for hidden dialogue.... I liked the Sneakerpeeper's dialogue....
Alrighty then thanks for telling me, I managed to skim through it before it got deleted and I agree it was abit...concerning. But funny ^^ --Super adm 22:43, November 26, 2010 (UTC)
I know its been a while since release, but I finally got 80 dungeoneering and the pet. When it was a spawn, I was able to speak with it with 80 summoning. After it grew, now it says the supposedly "Kung Pow Chicken" line without any dialogue. What I'm wondering is if you understand it again at 90 summoning, or is that all it says as an adult? The spawn's dialogue was so funny, but now its boring...--04:02, February 15, 2011 (UTC)
Has anyone actually been able to get the "other" dialogue from an adult Sneakerpeeper (besides this: )...? That's all mine ever says. :( --RedWingz 16:02, October 2, 2011 (UTC)
The article states that,
"In the second set, the Sneakerpeeper, or Sneaks as your character will call it, asks why your character isn't talking to it. After some dialog, it reveals that it has crafted a ball out of your character's eyelashes, slippers from your character's belly button lint, a hat from your character's skin, and a brush from your character's hair.
It is unknown how exactly the creature could accomplish this without the player noticing"
There's a pretty simple explanation for this. Eyelashes, belly button lint, skin, and hair are all things that the human body naturallly sheds all the time. You'd be surprised at how much we shed: house dust, for example, is over 90 percent human skin. The Sneakerpeeper probably collected this behind you through some kind of vaccum or perhaps magic. Brainwasher5 22:26, February 15, 2011 (UTC)
As it is saying something similar to Kung Pow Chicken, I think it's based on the random thing appearing in the movie "Kung Pow: Enter the Fist". It appears random in a scene and never appears again.
What happens if your Sneakerpeeper runs away? Do you have to buy another one for 85k Dung tokens? Or can you just re-get it from Diango or something?