Summary: A fun game about training dogs. You learn things about real dog training in the part of the game known as the "Calm Assertive Energy Test." The game is a bit repetitive, as you preform several activities from a list of activities for each dog(i.e. walking, feeding, rollerblading, etc.). A really fun part is where you have to identify each dog's misbehavior as an example of one of four categories(fears, separation anxiety, obsession/fixation, hyperactivity).
Summary: I like this game because since I train my 3 dogs by myself this really gives me some great tips and advice on how to solve and improve my dogs behavior even though this is only a game it is actually really helpfull in dog training. I would really recommend this to any dog handler/owner to have as another addition in your dog training items.
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas gift for my daughter. We have a new puppy & thought she would enjoy the game. We enjoy watching Cesar & need his tips. My daughter rated the game a 3 star as she doesn't like all the quizzes.
Summary: A GOOD GAME. IT GETS BORING AFTER A WHILE BECUASE U DO THE SAME THING OVERE AN OVER. WALK, FEED, TOSS TOY,ECT. sOME CASES ARE VERY LONG ALSO. u LEARN FROM THE GAME BUT I THINK IT WOULD BE BETTER TO WATCH HIS SHOW "DOG WHISPER" ON TV. GRAPICS R BRETTY GOOD. U DO TAKE CARE OF THE DOG BUT IT IS THE SAME WAY FOR EACH DOG. I GOT THIS GAME FOR CHRISTMAS. i DID NOT FINISH IT ETHER. IT NEEDS TO B FUNNER.
Summary: Thought this was interesting as I watch him on TV. Gave it a try and actually is quite entertaining. You have to really be into your dog (as I am) but does break up my work day and gets my mind on something new.
Summary: If you're really interested in training dogs, this is a pretty good game. Some of the sessions are really fun, but some are stupid (These are my 12 year old's words). I would not advise for a young child (under 12), because I think they would easily get bored.