How is your dog

Do you look like your dog (Game)

A memory game

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description

In this fun memory game, dog and owner have to or
Mum find each other. 50 cards show funny photos of
Dogs and their owners with humorous texts rolled into one
enclosed booklet, the descriptions of the 25 dog owners and
of her hairy friends.
Why do people even look like their dogs? are
it shared personality traits, hardly suppressed
narcissistic tendencies, or do they grow over time
together like old married couples? This game explores the intense
Bonds we develop with our dogs.
● Why do dog owners often look like their dogs?
Discover the similarity between dogs and theirs
Owners in this adorable new memory game
● Contains funny explanations of the psychology behind the
Similarity phenomenon between dogs and their owners
● The perfect gift for dog lovers
● Sponsored by Battersea Dogs Home to help the
ideal home for dogs is found

Gethings, Gerrard
Gerrard Gethings is a London-based photographer and dog lover known for his signature animal portraits. He has produced fashion, lifestyle and wildlife photography for a wide variety of publishing, television and advertising clients.

Edmonds, Mark
Mark Edmonds is a freelance writer and journalist. He was previously co-editor of The Sunday Times magazine.

You save: 18%
previously € 14.99

You save: 18%

Immediately available

description

In this fun memory game, dog and owner have to or
Mum find each other. 50 cards show funny photos of
Dogs and their owners with humorous texts rolled into one
enclosed booklet, the descriptions of the 25 dog owners and
of her hairy friends.
Why do people even look like their dogs? are
it shared personality traits, hardly suppressed
narcissistic tendencies, or do they grow over time
together like old married couples? This game explores the intense
Bonds we develop with our dogs.
● Why do dog owners often look like their dogs?
Discover the similarity between dogs and theirs
Owners in this adorable new memory game
● Contains funny explanations of the psychology behind the
Similarity phenomenon between dogs and their owners
● The perfect gift for dog lovers
● Sponsored by Battersea Dogs Home to help the
ideal home for dogs is found

Gethings, Gerrard
Gerrard Gethings is a London-based photographer and dog lover known for his signature animal portraits. He has produced fashion, lifestyle and wildlife photography for a wide variety of publishing, television and advertising clients.

Edmonds, Mark
Mark Edmonds is a freelance writer and journalist. He was previously co-editor of The Sunday Times magazine.