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Giga pet dies in a few hours... is it just me?

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Posted 27 April 2006 - 07:44 PM ( #1 )

I have the giga dog and cat, and they get sick and die within 3 hours. The main problem is their health goes down so quickly, and I have no idea why?

I watched them the whole 3 hours, because I thought I missed something, but when they were sick I took them to the vet, and I didnt overfeed them with treats. I also taught them lots of tricks before they died. What did I do wrong?






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Posted 15 May 2006 - 06:58 PM ( #2 )

Make sure everything stays above 20, especially health. Make sure you give them one bath a day, and take them to the vet once a day. (But only if health is below 50, I think.) Then, play with it after you take it to the vet, because the vet makes its happiness go down. Try to keep the hunger above 80, and do not feed it if the hunger is 80+, or else you will be overfeeding it. Put it to bed at 9:30, and it will get up on its own in the morning. Don't leave the light on when it is asleep, or else it will get sick. He also needs three naps a day. Try to space them out. (10:30 AM, 2:30 PM, 6:30 PM.) If you can avoid discipline by teaching him tricks, that's good. I never really mastered the trick teaching thing, though. I think it mentions how to do it in the instruction book. Try to keep its happiness at 100, that is especially important. Once it is older than a certain age (14, I think...), it will die REALLY easily, so you need to take good care of it. If you need to go to school, you can change the time so that it sleeps all day, but I don't recommend it since when it is old, sleeping makes its health go down a lot.


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Posted 15 May 2006 - 08:45 PM ( #3 )

At the Tinkerville site, there is a care guide that is really supposed to work.