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Go, Dog. Go!

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Dog adventures with oodles of preschool laughs.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 4+

Based on 11 parent reviews

age 2+

Perfect kids show

This show teaches kindness, teamwork, friendship, and avoids the bratty, disrespectful characters so prevalent in children’s television. The addition of a lesbian couple is wonderful and hopefully helps children learn that all families are different and should simply been seen for what they are - a family. Kindness, acceptance, and at the very least, tolerance, is what parents should be teaching their children.
age 2+

Honestly the best kid show ive seen!

This is by far the best kid show my son and i have watched he loves it! He really wont let us wat anything else and its very educational about feeling of other people and so on a d so forth but 10/10 wpuld 100% recommend

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (11 ):
Kids say (4 ):

Go, Dog. Go! will tickle the funny bones of preschoolers and adults alike. It builds off some of the conceits of the original book, like Lady Lydia asking if Tag and friends like her various absurd hats and the usual reply being "I do not like that hat!". There's tons of preschooler humor, like Scooch's tractor being equipped with a squawking chicken horn and Paw Barker's doorbell store, where dogs can buy doorbells to bark at. Tag has a winning personality -- she's brave, curious, and friendly, but not perfect. Kids will adore the adventures and silliness, as well as Tag and her excellent doggy cast mates.

Grown-ups will appreciate the jokes that will mostly go over kids' heads, like Tag breaking the 4th wall to say things like, "Let's see what this puppy can do. That's a dog joke, I'm pretty proud of it." Adults will also enjoy a preschool show that seems in on the joke of its wildly absurd and unrealistic plots. Looking past all the goofiness, grown-ups can feel good about Go, Dog. Go! for its positive preschool role models and pro-social messages.

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