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- Developer: Nintendo
- Publisher: Nintendo
- Genre: Miscellaneous Virtual Life
- Release Date: Mar 27, 2011
- ESRB: Everyone
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What dog should I get? (Closed)
I'm having trouble finding a good dog for competions that has the sharp as a tack personality.Any suggestions on which dog I should get for nintendogs french bulldog?
Answer from: Expertgirl
Any dogs are like that! Though when your starting out you have to choose the dog breeds given to you. Sharp as a tack allows your dog to learn tricks faster which means they'll do best in obedience trails. This may help as well first choose a dog breed you like the best. Then, choose a color fur you like most. If you don't like the dog available to you exit out and enter again. It doesn't really matter on the dog breed it's self.
Answer from: Jocie
I'd say pick the Dalmatian or Pomeranian my dalmatian is good for disc competitions a Pomeranian is good for obedience trails and lures
Answer from: Mrs.Confusion
It depends on the dog's personality guys expertgirl is somewhat right.
Answer from: bella
Go with frenchbulldog they are super smart and really fast
Answer from: Rosie & Snuggy
I think a sheltie. Mine is really new. It can already catch a frisbee 10 times in a row, not get in puddles or garbage, and is smarter and more athletic than my chihuahua. I got it 2 hours ago so this is only so far. Rosie is a sheltie and Snuggy is a chihuahua.
Answer from: LittleCat
I have a German Shepherd on this game. He is one of those not very calm dogs at first. I have been training him over 1 year now. Very mature and calm, of corse he is older now. I can take him to any competitions and he wins every time, $500.00 I win. So all you really have to understand that it's not the breed that would be, "Sharp as a tack." It's how you understand the personallity of the dog. Take time to train with it. Don't go for one that says, "Very rambunctious" Those dogs usually take a lot of work, if you are not one of those people looking to put a bunch of effort into it. That's what my dog Rex said when I first got him. But here I am now with a really nice dog that is "As sharp as a tack." I hope this helped plenty. & have a wonderful Christmas. :)
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