Dog Smart Game

The online version of the hugely popular game that teaches how to "talk dog" through dog body language. Fun for all ages.
  • Game Length

    Play multiple rounds
  • Games

    Online version of Dog Smart
  • Category

    Dog Bite Prevention
  • Content

    Video & Interactives

See how to play

Easy enough for a child, but serious enough for an adult. Our game makes dog bite prevention fun an approachable. Play different rounds to learn about a dog's eyes, ears, mouth, and tail. What is that dog trying to tell you? Play Dog Smart and you'll know. 
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Game contents

What you'll learn

 Promotes dog safety through dog body images
Dogs communicate through body language. Match pictures of dog body part (mouth, ears, eyes, tail, and whole body) to color coded stoplights. 

 Know what to do if approached by a stray dog 

You have seconds to respond appropriately. Do you know what to do to minimize a dog bite? You'll learn a quick 4-step approach to diffuse a situation. 

 Safer interactions around dogs

When we understand and listen to dogs, we will be safer around them.
Learn Through Gaming

Fun for all ages

 Interactive exercises to learn dog body language cues and how to use them during the workday.

 Animated SAFE videos included

 Comprehensive quizzes to test learned knowledge.

 Mobile access to train and play on-the-go.

 What to do when approached by a strange dog
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Don't become a dog bite statistic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that about 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the US. According to the Insurance Information Institute (iii), in 2019, liability claims related to dog bites and other dog-related injuries in the US, totaled $797 million, with the average dog bite claim totaling $44,760. The Postal Service alone, spends more than $25 million dollars per year on medical expenses and worker’s compensation costs related to dog bite incidents. Dog bite injuries can lead to lost time, traumatized employees, and law suits. Give your employees Dogsurance dog bite prevention training to minimize your company’s risk against dog bites.
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Shop for fun & educational support materials

Dog Bite Prevention Game

104 card deck pictures dog body language in a fun, interactive way. Great reinforcement for the course. Put them out in the break room or get one for every employee. 

Home Service Postcard

A fifty pack of our dog bite prevention postcards, especially for home service industry workers. SAFE game on the front and dog body language cues on the back. 

Dog Body Language Poster

Our premium poster measures 18″ x 24″ and features dog body language cues of safe and unsafe dogs, all asking the question, “Is that dog SAFE to approach?”

SAFE Poster for Breakrooms

Another premium poster measuring 18″ x 24″ and featuring the SAFE game. Hang our posters where your employees congregate to reinforce our online courses, in an offline setting.

Meet the instructor

Kim Merritt

Five years ago, my sister, professional reward based dog trainer Jenn Merritt, CPDT-KA, and I founded Good Dog Enterprises. We developed a dog bite prevention curriculum for children called SAFE, to help decrease the number of children bitten each year by dogs. Today, our curriculum is used around the world by dog training professionals, veterinarians, and educators. Now our program has been redesigned for corporate use by businesses and organizations who allow dogs in the workplace or have employees who encounter dogs while on the job. Make Dogsurance dog bite prevention training part of your health and safety program for all employees.