Little Friends Dogs and Cats Hearts - Increasing Hearts and Levelling Up Your Pet

Little Friends Dogs and Cats Hearts - Increasing Hearts and Levelling Up Your Pet

In order to make your bond stronger with your pet, you’ll need to gain hearts and level up. Here’s how.

Little Friends Dogs and Cats is a very easy-going game indeed. If you wanted to, you could just hang out with your pet, dressing them up and giving them backrubs. For those looking for a bit more challenge though, you can also focus on levelling up your pet and entering them in competitions. This is where things get a bit more tricky, as there are countless ways to earn hearts and level up your pet. In this Little Friends Dogs and Cats Hearts Guide, we’ll take a look at the fastest ways to level up in Little Friends Dogs and Cats. We’ll explain what to do if your hearts aren’t increasing, and what you’ll get for reaching certain levels.

Little Friends Dogs and Cats: Hearts Not Increasing

This is likely going to be the very first issue you encountered in Little Friends Dogs and Cats, in that you’ll notice you’ve hit a limit for earning hearts. No matter what you do, the pet won’t level up, which can be extremely frustrating when you’re trying to unlock a specific area of the game. Unfortunately, there is a limit to how many Hearts you can earn per day, and therefore how many levels you can clear. We’ve found that on average, you’ll earn around 25 Hearts before hitting the cap, after which you’ll need to wait until the next day to continue levelling.

How to Level Up Fast in Little Friends Dogs and Cats

As mentioned previously, there is a daily cap on how much you can level up your pet. Regardless, you’ll want to know the fastest way to hit this cap everyday, so we’ve included some advice below:

  • Walks - taking your Dog out for a walk is the best way to increase hearts. You’ll earn Hearts while dashing, searching for Treasure, sitting at Statues, and Marking.
  • Cat Wand - For Cats, use the Cat Wand toy to quickly earn Hearts.
  • Disc Throwing - you should be training for the various dog competitions in the game. You’ll need to take your dog out to practice with discs. This is a great way to increase Hearts.
  • Food - identify what type of food each of your pets likes to get an extra boost when they eat.

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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