How to Earn Coins Fast in Little Friends Dogs and Cats

How to Earn Coins Fast in Little Friends Dogs and Cats

You’ll need Coins to buy just about everything in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. Here are the best ways to earn them.

If you want to get ahead in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, you’ll need plenty of food, toys, and furniture. This all costs Coins, and earning enough to get by can be tricky early on. That’s why we’ve pulled together this Little Friends Dogs and Cats Coin farming Guide. We’ll take a look at the fastest and best ways of earning Coins in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. We’ll also detail what Coins are used for in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, and why you’ll want to save some for essentials.

Best Ways to Earn Coins in Little Friends Dogs and Cats

While you’ll get Coins for doing just about anything in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, there are some ways which are significantly better than others. We’ve listed the fastest ways to get Coins in Little Friends Dogs and Cats below:

  • Walking - one of the very best ways to earn Coins in Little Friends Dogs and Cats is by taking your dog for a walk. This is because you can dig up Treasure indicated by balloons, and you’ll get 300 Coins at a time for doing so.
  • Competitions - the most Coins you can earn from a single activity. Competitions are tricky to win, but extremely lucrative.

What Are Coins Used For in Little Friends Dogs and Cats

As we mentioned before, you’ll need a good supply of Coins to get ahead in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. This is because you’ll need Coins to buy just about everything, especially early on. Here’s what Coins are used for in Little Friends Dogs and Cats.

  • Food
  • Toys
  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Decoration
  • Home Themes
  • Hotel Fees

Are there Microtransactions in Little Friends Dogs and Cats?

If you’re looking to purchase more Coins via the shop, you’re out of luck. There is no way to spend real money on items within Little Friends Dogs and Cats. This is likely due to the child-friendly aesthetic the game promotes, and Nintendo’s own hesitance to push microtransaction in Switch exclusives.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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