Barbie and her Sisters Puppy Rescue achievements

Barbie and her Sisters Puppy Rescue

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There are a maximum of 20 Barbie and her Sisters Puppy Rescue achievements worth 1,105 (1,000)

575 tracked gamers have this game, 385 have completed it (66.96%)

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Flea Flurry in Barbie and her Sisters Puppy Rescue

Flea Flurry61 (50)

Remove fleas from 15 puppies

  • Unlocked by 393 tracked gamers (68% - TA Ratio = 1.21) 575  

Achievement Guide for Flea Flurry

676,017 (418,676)
Achievement won on 28 Feb 16
TA Score for this game: 1,105
Posted on 28 February 16 at 11:17, Edited on 28 February 16 at 11:20
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This is one off the TWO non-selectable mini-game related achievements. The other being vaccinations. These two mini-games are assigned at random (as well as the cleaning the puppy's teeth) after you rescue a puppy.

You will likely get most of the other achievements before this one. I recommend that you continually rescue, train, play with, and adopt/return method until you've unlocked this achievement all the while using the bones you earn to unlock kennels. The "play" step can be eliminated once the "Power Play" achievement unlocks.

Should you at this point have any other achievements left you can grind them out using the puppies in your kennel (most efficient when full); unless you have the vaccination achievement left in which case keep rescuing puppies until it unlocks as well.

Note: FEW people have noted that they are able to select vaccinations and flea removal when a puppy has reach 100% (i.e. ready for adoption/return). However, most people seem to have to get this by continually rescuing puppies. If you are one of the lucky few, then use the method of continually removing fleas and vaccinating the puppies you have in your kennel.
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