See how to play the Dog Smart Card Game:
Foundation of the Game: Teaches dog safety and dog bite prevention through the use of dog body language pictures. Each picture has been color coded in either green (Go), yellow (Caution), or red (Stop), and uses stoplight graphics to warn how to deal with a dog exhibiting these signs.
Game Highlights: Dozens of fun games can be played including memory games, matching games, dog safety games, math games (Kim was a homeschool Mom so she stuck math in there too), and classic card games. Kim included a Montessori based self checking system that allows card use and learning by children who can not yet read. Everyone can play!
Cathy Reisfield –
My work focuses on family dog training, dog bite prevention education, and work with families who are expecting a baby or already share their home with dogs and young children.
The resources provided by the overall Good Dog in a box program (the videos, SAFE game, humane education program, and card game) have been very well received by my clients.
Love the materials! Keep up the good work! Looking forward to seeing what additional materials you create moving forward.
Kim Merritt-Butler –
Thank you Cathy! We’re just thrilled that the materials are being so well received by your clients!