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Mamamu Yan,(MM | OoA)[1] also known as the Pooch Lady,(OoT)[2] is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.


Ocarina of Time

Although un-named in Ocarina of Time, she is a woman in Hyrule Castle Town who has lost her Dog, Richard.[3] If Link returns the correct Dog, she will reward him with a Piece of Heart.[4] Arrogantly, she seems to think Richard is above all the other Dogs in Hyrule Castle Town.[5][6] Pooch Lady is one of the survivors who flee to Kakariko Village after Hyrule Castle Town was destroyed during Link's absence. She is housed by the same woman who lodges Talon when he is driven away from Lon Lon Ranch.

Majora's Mask

In Majora's Mask, Mamamu Yan owns the Doggy Racetrack south of Romani Ranch, which is open from 6 AM to 8 PM.[7] Here, Link can place a bet on the winning Dog in a race. If the Dog he chooses places first, he will win triple his bet. If the Dog places second, he will win double the bet. For third to fifth places, he will break even. Any place lower wins nothing, and Link loses the money he bet.[8] If Link wins over 150 Rupees at the Doggy Racetrack, Mamamu Yan will also give him a Piece of Heart.[9]

Oracle of Ages

Mamamu Yan is part of the Trading Quest, giving Link the Dumbbell in return for the Doggie Mask.[10]

In a Linked Game, Mamamu Yan's mother will appear in Spool Swamp in western Holodrum in Oracle of Seasons.[11] She will ask Link to tell a secret to her daughter in Labrynna.[12] After telling the secret password to Mamamu Yan, she will ask Link to help her find her lost Dog.[13] After returning the Dog, which can be found roaming Lynna City, Mamamu Yan will reward Link with a Magic Ring, which becomes the Snowshoe Ring once appraised by Vasu.[14]


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
FranceFrenchEUMme Yan (MM3D)[15]Miss Yan
Mme is short for Mademoiselle (Miss).
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See Also


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 245 (MM) & 254 (OoA)
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time — Prima's Official Strategy Guide (Prima Games) pg. 18
  3. "I can't find my puppy anywhere! I need you to look for it! Please!" — Pooch Lady (Ocarina of Time)
  4. "Richard! This is my little Richard! Thank you! Thank you! I'll give this to you as a reward!" — Pooch Lady (Ocarina of Time)
  5. "My precious little puppy's fur coat is very special compared to the other mutts around here!" — Pooch Lady (Ocarina of Time)
  6. "My precious puppy can run faster than any of the other mutts around here!" — Pooch Lady (Ocarina of Time)
  7. "Mamamu Yan's / Doggy Racetrack / 6 a.m. to 8 p.m." — N/A (Majora's Mask)
  8. "If the dog you brought me takes 1st place, you get triple your bet. 2nd place gets double. If the dog you've chosen places 3rd through 5th, you'll break even and get back however much you bet. If your dog does any worse than that, you'll lose whatever you bet." — Mamamu Yan (Majora's Mask)
  9. "N-N-Nice going! You've won over 150 Rupees, so I have to give you a bonus prize, too!" — Mamamu Yan (Majora's Mask)
  10. "That OoA Doggie Mask Sprite.png mask!!! It fits my dog perfectly! Let me have that OoA Doggie Mask Sprite.png mask!" — Mamamu Yan (Oracle of Ages)
  11. "I'm the mother of Mamamu Yan, Labrynna's top dog breeder." — Mamamu Yan's Mother (Oracle of Seasons)
  12. "Can you tell this secret to my daughter, Mamamu Yan, in Labrynna?" — Mamamu Yan's Mother (Oracle of Seasons)
  13. "My precious dog has gotten lost. He's somewhere in town, so I'd like you to get him. He's so delicate. You carry him properly. There is a huge reward if you find him!" — Mamamu Yan (Oracle of Ages)
  14. "My precious pup! Where were you? Thank you for bringing him home safely! Here is your reward! Don't forget to take it to the jeweler for appraisal!!!" — Mamamu Yan (Oracle of Ages)
  15. Encyclopedia (Les Éditions Soleil) pg. 245