Domesticated dragons are very different from Wild Dragons. Domesticated dragons are much smaller, no more than 40 feet long, and standing 15 to 20 feet tall. Domesticated dragons have short horns, and a very large wingspan. Domesticated dragons can occur in many colors, but reds and oranges are the most common.
There are very few Wild Dragons left, and even domesticated dragons are very rare; there are only five on the Northern Continent, of which only one is female. There are currently no known domesticated dragons on the Southern Continent.