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New Game for Dogs and Their Humans — Funagle

Wouldn't this be a great present for people and their dogs who do agility? When the weather is bad, they can still interact and compete...

Joy  |  Nov 11th 2007


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Wouldn’t this be a great present for people and their dogs who do agility? When the weather is bad, they can still interact and compete against others!

Thanks to PR-USA.net for this press release.

Introducing a Board Game People Play with Their Dogs
Monday, 05 November 2007

Darf is putting a new spin on playing with your dog. Funagle is a new board game for people and their dogs to enjoy together.

Now people can play games with their dogs while having fun with their friends and family! With Funagle, people match wits with friends and family to see who is best at getting their dog to complete fun activities like the Moonwalk, The Wave and the Hollywood Kiss.

Funagle is a totally different way to play with a dog, or dogs, and friends and family. Players have one minute to funagle their dog into performing tasks on the game board’s tags. Players can use their voice, treats and gestures to get their dog to complete the activity and earn the tag. Collect the most tags, and win the game!

People are amazed at what their dogs can do with a little encouragement, instruction and some treats. Dogs become more self-confident, pay more attention and learn new tricks.

Funagle is a new board game people play with friends, family and their dogs. It’s entertaining to watch players funagling their dogs to do fun activities!” says Denise Rothman, Darf president.

Funagle can be played by two to four people and one to four dogs. The game comes with a board, 50 tags, a die, four bone-shaped carabiners (to hold the tags) and a sand timer. The game is available at select dog boutiques, pet stores, doggy day cares, game stores, gift stores and at from our website.

Darf, Inc. is a specialty company that creates games for people to play with their dogs. To play with one or more players or at parties, Darf has created Do You Mind, the portable card/dice game for people to play with their dogs. No skill is needed to play either game.