I can see the reason for this from an entertainment standpoint, but I don't think this will really improve game play. This is more of a laid back "collecting" game. Your scroll is essentially your artistic interpretation of dragons that you see.
If your dragon doesn't die, you've taken care of it. You can imagine clicks and views are like playing and feeding your hatchlings. Really, outside of the seasonal mini games that we have, players are meant to rely on their imaginations for additional interaction.
Also, as an aside, I'm busy-ish in real life and it would be super tedious for me to make time for doing any additional dragon actions. Not everyone has time for all kinds of game interaction.