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- "Adopt your favorite pet from a wide variety: Choose your pet from popular, well-known breeds, from the Golden Retriever to the Chihuahua. Collect all 18 breeds. Use the Wii remote to interact with your Dog: Pet him, throw the ball, and teach him tricks.
- "Race with your friends: 36 agility courses for you to compete with up to
- "Create a strong bond and relationship with your pets: Play, train, walk, feed and interact with them as if they were real. Teach them over 22 tricks, such as roll over
- Customize your dog: Unlock costumes, hats and special accessories like sunglasses; dress your dog in hundreds of different ways.
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It took a little bit to figure out how to pet the pups so they would enjoy it and I would earn some "heart" points. It also took me more than a minute to figure out how to get the treat from start to the end without the puppy eating it! Once I figured it out, it is just a matter of a steady hand not to drop it out of the lines before it gets to the end.
I haven't played this long enough to know all the perks that will come along the way. I know Amazon's description says you can feed your dog and walk your dog. So far, I've only been able to feed them dog biscuits that they earn after doing a trick or routine. I haven't seen any way to walk them yet either, but maybe that is something I will unlock with time.
I love the races; they really give my upper arms a workout to get those puppies to run fast when it seems like a competitor might beat my dog! A few times I didn't move the remote to see what would happen, and the puppy ran and went around the obstacle that they encircle four times without me even moving the remote. However, if I don't move it at the start of the race, my puppy just walks and does not run. Also if you don't hit the "B" button at the hurdles, your puppy will not jump but will just knock the hurdle over which everyone in track and field knows adds to the racer's completion time. :-)
I could not figure out the "play ball with your puppy" games at all. I haven't tried them since I never hit anything with the ball that first night.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the idea behind the game is cute and my 4 year old grandson likes it, but I have to stand there the whole time to help because instead of hitting the "A" button to move on... Read morePublished on July 15, 2014 by katrina
Neat game and we are mudding through it.
We got no instruction booklet and have been unable to find anything online about this game. Read more
High quality used game. Price was right and now I don't have to go to the video store every weekend just to find that it is already checked out. Highly recommend this seller!Published on December 7, 2013 by sleepyg2
This game is PERFECT! You adopt a dog and race him or her. You can also teach it tricks,pet it and unlock new things like jump rope and fetch. Read morePublished on September 7, 2013 by A Reader
Although our daughter is in college, she loved this set of games. She is an animal lover and enjoyed that aspect of the competitionsPublished on January 17, 2012 by cnlowe
I was disappointed in this game. I feel that it was designed to be a time passer. I thought that it was a competitive game with other players but it seems to be for one person... Read morePublished on March 31, 2011 by lovedogs
This game is awesome! It never gets boring even when you unlock everything. It has so many fun agility courses but, the funnest of it all is doing multiplayer! Read morePublished on January 17, 2011
My 7 year old likes this game and it is super easy. It would probably be boring for anyone much older but has a lot of different activities for younger ones. Read morePublished on May 28, 2010 by Samantha gk
My daughter got this game for Christmas and still loves to play it. I have three children (girl 10, girl 8 and boy 5) and they all love to play this game both alone, together, and... Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Carmen Wagstaff