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Sandee

Well this sounds most delightful. I love it.

Have a fabulous day and weekend, Jan. ♥

cube

Those Monopoly iterations are fun to play. I have the Star Trek: Next Generation Monopoly version, but it's hard to find someone to play with because people hate to play against the lucky.

threecollie

I would play that!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

We have seen the game. We thought the Yorkie should have been Park Place and not Baltic Avenue. We are the most valuable after all

Granny Annie

My entire family would love that game. Next year's Christmas gifts???

Linda Brown

I loved that cartoon! I am so not a fan of Monopoly, but my grandson is...he plays all sorts of versions!

M. K. Clinton

That sounds like more fun than regular old Monopoly but I bet families still get into dog fights! BOL!

Monika & Sam

Bwahaha! Love the cartoon.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm wot ar theez bad dog cards of wich they speek??? shoorly the dogs ar not bad they ar just misunderstood!!! ok bye

Jodi Stone

Well I love Monopoly, and I love dogs, so I can't see how I wouldn't love this!

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