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  • 1 Doggie with Leash and Pump
  • 1 Bone
  • 1 Shovel
  • 1 Spinner Card with Dog Shaped Spinner
  • 2 Pieces of Food
  • 1 Storage Box
  • 11 Tokens
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Feed and walk your doggie. When he makes a mess you clean it up! Be the first player to collect 3 tokens to win.


To start the game, place 1 food pellet into the dog's mouth, pushing it with your finger so it is no longer protruding from its mouth.

Next, place the bone firmly into the dog's mouth.

Using your finger, carefully push 1 piece of food deep into the doggie's mouth. Next, place the bone firmly into the dog's mouth. The bone stays inside of the doggie's mouth during play.

Game Play

The youngest player starts the game by spinning the spinner. Whenever the doggie's bottom lands on a space, that player follows the instructions on that space:

Once the action is completed, that player's turn is over and the player on the left spins the spinner.

When the doggie goes doo, the player who squeezed the leash last picks up the mess with the shovel and collects a token.

End of the Game

The game ends when a player has collected 3 tokens. This player wins the game.


  • You can only collect a token when the poo comes out. If you think that the poo should have fallen out, tap the back of the dog gently to help it fall.

  • Never put more than one food pellet into the doggie's mouth. Make sure to store your food in the storage box and close the lid tightly to keep your food fresh.


  • Do not use anything other than the food provided.

  • Washing your hands before playing will keep the doggie's food in good condition.

  • The doggie's food is safe and non-toxic. However, it is not suitable for consumption.

  • Do not handle the food and touch your eyes as it may cause eye irritation.

  • Always keep the food in the container when not in play to prevent it from drying out.

  • Do not expose the doggie's food to sunlight or heat and keep dirt free.

  • Be careful not to pull too hard on your doggie's leash as it may become detached.

  • Keep the doggie's behind clear from any obstructions.

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