Q&A: How can you change your dog’s leash on Nintendogs?

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Question by Allysa: How can you your ’s leash on Nintendogs?
i have been wondering how you change your leash on Nintendogs for the Ds coz my friends have diffrent leashes on Nintendogs. Please help..

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Answer by Dawson
It Depends On What Collar You Have.

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Legends of the Hidden Temple - The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus (temple run)

Legends of the Hidden Temple – Season 2 – The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus Season 2 had some funny artifacts. Anyways, this is a good team effort from the Orange Iguanas. I did not make this video myself nor do I claim copyrights.
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    • KWJ
    • December 16, 2012
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall great quality, September 15, 2012
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    KWJ (Groves, TX United States) –

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    This review is from: Flexi Freedom Softgrip, Small, 26-Pound, 16-Feet, Black (Misc.)

    I’ve only had the flexi softgrip retractable leash for a couple of days but it seems to be well made but note the handgrip is small in size. Owners, beware if you have larger hands. Also I question the 26 pounds limit and would say if you had a dog that tugs alot and weights anywhere near the max limit – it would be better to get something larger for more control. My little 8 lb poodle does great with this retractable leash.

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    • S.A. "bham"
    • December 16, 2012
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Favorite leash for a wiggly puppy, September 24, 2012
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    S.A. “bham” (Southeastern MI USA) –

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    This review is from: Flexi Freedom Softgrip, Small, 26-Pound, 16-Feet, Black (Misc.)

    This is our favorite leash for our wild and crazy new puppy. She doesn’t really have the idea of walking on a leash down yet, and this is the only leash that she doesn’t manage to get tangled around her legs while we are outside. The mechanism that controls the pull on the lead is so reliable and keeps the leash nice and taught even if she is skittering around at my feet. We use this and the Puppia Soft Dog Harness, Pink, X-Small that clips just above her shoulders and now we have hardly any tangling. Now that we have this system in place it is getting much easier to train her to walk on a leash. This leash costs more than I have spent in the past on a dog leash, but I am going to stick with this line.

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    • Ivan M
    • December 16, 2012
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Leash, August 2, 2012
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    Ivan M (USA) –

    This review is from: Flexi Freedom Softgrip, Small, 26-Pound, 16-Feet, Black (Misc.)

    Best leash I’ve tried yet. The build quality is a step above other manufacturers, there’s a collar included with the leash, and there is even a nice promo brochure with the Flexi mascot. I haven’t seen any leash so well designed and packaged.

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    • Remolizzo
    • December 16, 2012

    Why did they get rid of Nick GAS? It was the closest thing I had to reliving my favorite Nick game shows. Man, this, GUTS, and Figure it Out were awesome. Oh what I’d give to have them all in one place again…

    • Remolizzo
    • December 16, 2012

    THAT CURSED SILVER MONKEY KILLED EVERYONE.

    • kilznskillz
    • December 16, 2012

    I wish all the old stuff was here like nick gas and the old Disney -_- why can they bring nick gas back

    • SuperCulby
    • December 16, 2012

    Dude, THIS is how Temple Runs are done :D

    • Razorgeist
    • December 16, 2012

    That was nice he actually used the leash to get the rope. Good thinking dude.

    • Razorgeist
    • December 16, 2012

    I swear a saw one of them feeling up a busty girl when he grabbed her on the show once.

    • tony056
    • December 16, 2012

    Those two did a good job! She cleared out two temple guards so she left him great time and everything great teamwork.

    • ableite
    • December 16, 2012

    was most of the kids in this show dumb or the producers sometimes cheated on this temple run by not opening specific doors?

    • lebarryan
    • December 16, 2012

    JASON RUN

    • 1986Martinez
    • December 16, 2012

    I hear ya. Now a days, we’ve got these shows on Nickelodeon like Check This Out (At least that’s what I think it’s called) where people on the internet do wonders. Really? Isn’t that what YouTube is for? Nickelodeon should go back to shows like these or like any of the old classics (Double Dare, Guts, Wild And Crazy Kids, just to name a few).

    • foreverlivyy
    • December 16, 2012

    YES. i am all for what you just said. the generation thats growing up right now is going to turn out to be so boring and uncreative because they have the w o r s t shows on the planet… sigh.

    • Izzyp09
    • December 16, 2012

    AWSOME ha ha swag hooya;)

    • HealingPrimRose
    • December 16, 2012

    “…the Cd Player!”

    • Chris Hickson
    • December 16, 2012

    She pointed out the pendant. Good teamwork

    • drd1982
    • December 16, 2012

    She signaled where the other pendant was:
    He didn’t really slow down much.
    He USED THE LEASH to grab the rope!

    Definately one of the better temple runs!

    • Ssjaa123
    • December 16, 2012

    Wish i even got a chance to play in it once 🙂

    • thevikingwarrior11
    • December 16, 2012

    I remember so many times where people would be a hair away from getting to the goal and some asshole temple guard would jump out and steal the last of their pendants. I can’t even imagine competing in that game… Especially being that short.

    • nintendogslover
    • December 16, 2012

    It doesn’t depend on what collar you have on, it depends what type of game you have because theres ‘Chiuhuahua and friends’, ‘Dalmatian and friends’ etc. So it will always be the same.

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