Little Friends Dogs and Cats allows its players to hang out with and raise dogs and cats, with the ultimate goal of winning Competitions. Competitions are dog activities in which your pup will be scored for catching flying discs. They are tricky to win, especially early on, so we’ve written this Little Friends Dogs and Cats Competitions Guide to help you out. We’ll take a look at how to enter Competitions in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, how to train for them and ultimately how to win every time.
Little Friends Dogs and Cats Competitions
Competitions are unlocked at level 10 in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. From then on, there are 5 different levels to take on. You’ll need to practice disc throwing with your Dog before entering, as you’ll only have a set amount of time to get more points than the other two contenders. Here are the 5 different competitions you can enter:
- Beginner Competition - Green and Orange Tickets
- Amateur Competition - Blue Tickets
- Semi Pro Competition - Pink Tickets
- Pro Competition - Green and Orange Tickets
- Master Competition - Blue Tickets
Little Friends Dogs and Cats Competition Prizes
There are a bunch of reasons why you’ll want to enter your Dog into Competitions in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. First off, you’ll get Coins just for making an appearance, though there are even more valuable prizes to be won. You’ll win tickets of a certain type for each Competition, which can be spent on some of the more flashy customization items in the game. There’s also Coins for each placement. If you get first, you’ll win more Coins, and so on.
Can Cats Enter Competitions in Little Friends Dogs and Cats?
If you’ve just got your hands on a brand new cat in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, you might be wanting to enter it into Competitions. Unfortunately, this is a dog-only activity, so you’ll need to find another way to keep your cat happy.
How to Win Competitions in Little Friends Dogs and Cats
At first, it can seem a little tricky to take home the gold from Competitions. You’ll likely struggle with the Amateur Competition, but there are some things you can do to make it easier to win:
- Practice disc throwing with your dog, and make sure to use longer-ranged discs as you enter harder Competitions.
- Levelling up your dog seems to help its performance in Competitions, as does keeping it well-fed and happy.
- We had much more success while playing Competitions in Handheld Mode, as there is less variation on the throws you make when compared to motion controls.
- Make sure to praise your dog after it makes a successful catch.