A fun, new matching game launched this week aims to reunite puppies with their parents.
Produced by Battersea Dogs & Cats Homes, Dogs & Puppies: A Memory Game is a simple yet adorable matching game where players have to remember illustrations on the cards to help match the puppies to their parents.
Published by Laurence King, the game features 25 different breeds from around the world which have been illustrated by freelance illustrator Marcel George. Breeds include the Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Boxer, Siberian Husky and the Shiba Inu.
The game and its accompanying booklet, which contains information about all of the breeds featured, is written by Emma Aguado, a qualified Canine Behaviourist and Obedience Instructor and a member of the Professional Association of Applied Canine Trainers (PAACT) who has rehabilitated and helped to rehome hundreds of rescue dogs.
All players need to do is to place the cards face down and see if they can remember where the dog and its puppy are located. The winner is the player who collects the most pairs.
We’re giving away 5 copies of Dogs and Puppies: A Memory Game. To enter, simply head to our Twitter and Instagram to find out more. Multiple entries are allowed. UK only. Competition closes 11.59pm Friday 15th February. After closing, the five winners will be selected at random.