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Yes, the games do come with instruction books, but it's been years since I've had that game. I do remember most things are done using the touch screen. (Feeding, washing, setting your walking course) Though you do use the mic to teach and command tricks.
It is not the game that is here the problem. It is the DS Lite. Your microphone is disabled by a defective connector at the front of your DS Lite.
On the front left of youre DS Lite, there is a headset connection. Inside this connector (soldered on the mainboard of the DS Lite) there is a contact that shuts down the microphone on the top screen enclosure if this headset connector is used. For some kind of reason (and I see a lot of them), this internal switch stay closed when a headset was inserted and removed again Result.....the microphone in the enclosure is always off. I've even seen this problem without ever using a headset and the front connector. The only way to solve your problem is to replace this headset connector by Nintendo or a DS Lite repair service