Canadian parents are getting their children the new family board game, Kerdi, in exchange for playing with a family of canines.
The board game is made by Canadian toy company Kinetic and is currently available for pre-order for $29.95.
According to Kinetic, the board game will help keep family members safe when playing the game with friends.
It comes with a number of special features, such as dog tags beater boards and a variety of dog-shaped stickers to attach to the dog’s head and paws.
The game, which is based on the popular Japanese board game Kerdi and comes with more than 300 illustrations, is designed to teach children to identify with animals, according to Kinetics.
Parents can play with the boardgame for free, but they are required to pay for a one-time set of stickers.