I'd say pick a spot in Draenor, especially if you have Draenor flying and the pet battle perks (namely 4min cd on revive pets). I can't recommend a spot for Horde, because, as Alliance, my favorite Draenor spot is in SMV, where the Moonshell Crabs spawn.
If you have a garrison with Creepy Crawlers, you can get a neverending supply of undead pets with beast and flying backups. Tell Izzy to start preparations for a Hallow's End party, no matter the time.
(Ha ha, I have The Beakinator today! Fastest 600-1200 XP ever!)
"Tomb of Immortal Darkness" is not the newest dungeon, it was a 2011 April Fool's joke. Go figure.
Talmar wrote:For Horde I'd recommend the large packs of Icespine Hatchling in Frostfire Ridge. Northwest of the garrison near some rocks and trees are a few large groups. The Feline Familiar eats these alive.
I cannot recommend this enough. Couple this with a Turkey for food coma--flying buff means you hit first and can safely swap in a lvl 1 AND get out your Feline Familiar. Put up your shield and bite your way to success! You can go multiple battles without bandages (and might end up never using them!). Got to level 'em all.
I like the Rotten Helper for the Icespine Hatchlings. Booby Trapped Presents and then Greench's Gift usually kills the Icespine and does signifcant damage to the second pet for just two rounds of abilities. If you end up fighting a rare one, then even a weak Club attack should finish it off.
For levelling sans Squirt, I really like doing the full MoP and Legion Circuit (17 tamers). Only takes an hour which fits nicely in a buff food setup. Sometimes I can even fit in an 18th tamer. Doing that is roughly equivalent to doing 29 squirt battles, but I don't get too tired of it as I am always on the move.
Carry Pet Experience Reference Guide: http://www.warcraftpets.com/community/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8829
I tried the icespine with the kitty, but I'm probably missing something with how it should be done.
Personally, I like to farm aquatic pets in Vale of Eternal Blossoms, I go to the whitepetal lake (or what's left of it) and fly all along the river (or, well, what's left of it...), there striders there and, 90% of the times, they start the encounter with a healing ability.
Put your leveling pet in slot one and attack once, take it back and pull out a flying pet.
If you feel brave you could start with a lvl 1 pet and then use a higher level pet, both to level, and use a moth to solo the wild pets.
Arkindal wrote:I tried the icespine with the kitty, but I'm probably missing something with how it should be done. ...
Pet with decoy in slot one. Start with decoy. Swap to leveling pet. Swap to feline. With the feline just keep up stoneskin and use devour when it will kill the enemy, otherwise use bite. The fights are fast, the icespine hatchlings are plentiful and your feline is full health after each fight so there is no stopping to heal.
So for horde on pvp servers I found the perfect spot to level a low level alt while doing pet battles. Just outside the Wor'gol south eastern gate. No enemies for quite a ways and plenty of packs of pets to fight. Use the same strategy as right outside the garrison but use a S/S Nightshade Sproutling with Blinding Poison for your opener. Use it against any of the pets and you can swap in your level 1 and then the feline as usual. Wor'gol is devoid of enemies and has a mailbox and fp. There's a few hiccups where occasionally the first pet will use the perfect combo to hit your level pet but this happened like twice in the 3 hours I was out there.