DreamWorks is celebrating their newest show being release and streamed on Netflix called Go, Dog. Go!, which is based on a best selling children’s book with the same title by PD Eastman. The story follows a 6-year-old pooch named Tag Barker on her adventures in the city of Pawston, a fun-loving community of dogs on the go. Tag is a skilled mechanic and loves anything that goes. With her ingenuity and creativity, Tag can go as far as any plan will take her with her best friend Scooch Pooch by her side.
The first season of Go, Dog. Go! features nine fun-filled episodes that are 22 minutes long. The series is executive produced by Adam Peltzman (Odd Squad, Wallykazam!). The cast consists of Michaela Luci as Tag Barker, Callum Shoniker as Scooch Pooch, Katie Griffin as Ma Barker, Martin Roach as Paw Barker, Lyon Smith as Spike Barker and Gilber Barker, Tajja Isen as Cheddar Biscuit, Judy Marshank as Grandma Barker, and Patrick McKenna as Grandpaw BarkerGo.
The season one episodes of DreamWorks’ Go, Dog. Go! are:
- Welcome to Pawston; Ruff Day on the Job
- Dark Park Bark Lark; The Fast and the Curious
- Old Dog, New Tricks; Snoozie-Hullabaloozie
- Show Dog, Show; Keys to Victory
- Pupcakes; Stink or Swim
- A Ball for All
- Ding Dong Day; Grand Sam
- Clucky Day; Take Me Out to the Fetch Game
- Dog the Right Thing
I watched Go, Dog. Go! and found it to be adorable. I am a dog person and I loved seeing all the pooches running around town. It is also a wonderful cartoon depicting great morals and lessons for kids to learn, such as, helping others, believing in yourself and your skills, it’s ok to accept help, and to never give up.
One of my favorite episodes is Clucky Day, where Tag works on creating the best day ever for her friend Scooch, who is missing out on this special day. She gets much of the town to pitch in to make decorations and even gets help in bringing real chickens to the event. In this episode Tag is caring for her friend, working with others to make this event possible, and even accepting help from chickens that fix her bike after is breaks down. Nothing will stop Tag from completing her plans while she is on the Go, Dog. Go!.
Thanks to DreamWorks and their paw-some gift box, my family, including our fur-babies, and I enjoyed the newest series with several Go, Dog. Go! items! At this point, I had no idea what was included in the box. However, Kidagakash certainly knew something in that box was for her. Look at that face. Her nose must have shared some delicious details.
The box contained:
- A cute letter explaining the reason for the gift, “In celebration of the new DreamWorks Animation series Go, Dog. Go! please enjoy a paw-some gift box for your family and your furry valentine!”. Thank you DreamWorks!
- The official Go Dog, Go! Book by PD Eastman. This is the book that the show is based on. (you can grab a hardcover copy at Amazon.com [affiliate link])
- Go Team, Go! Steps to Reading
- Go Dog, Go! Valentine’s Day cards
- 3 Amazing Dog treats with the names of our fur-babies piped on the bones (our fur-babies loved these!)
- And a beautiful frame with a picture Kidagakash
This box was supposed to be a Valentine’s Day surprise with adorable Valentine’s Day Cards and the pink dog treats, but when a surprise box comes in the mail, we all go nuts and rip it open. Each item was claimed in a very organized-chaos decision-making process. I kept the frame of Kidagakash, which is now sitting on my desk, and the pups claimed their treats.
Unlike Charcoal (above) who sat beautifully, waiting patiently for her snack, Kidagakash (below) would not hold still. I really did try to get a perfect picture of Kidagakash, but she was bouncing around like a cricket. She can sit pretty, but, at this point, with all the excitement, all she wanted was to eat the delicious treat that DreamWorks had sent.
DreamWorks truly helped my family and I celebrate the release of Go, Dog. Go! on Netflix. The books were fun to read, the show was fun to watch, and the Valentine’s Day cards will be saved for February 14th. what made the event paw-some was the fact that DreamWorks included our pooches in the celebration. I know our fur-babies enjoyed those treats because the bones disappeared fast. I may have to start making treats for future celebrations. I am sure they will enjoy all the snacks they can get.
Go, Dog. Go! is now available on Netflix. I suggest getting the whole family together, including the puppies, and start enjoying the brand new series about dogs in Pawston.