28 November 2015 | Kandyapple007
We love it!
The little boy I watch during the week (1.5 years old) loves puppies, so it's a great show for him. It may not have "educational value" in the sense of things kids would learn in school, but it does teach kids how to interact with dogs, which I believe is very important for children. Children need to be taught how to treat and interact with animals. If they don't know the proper way to treat and interact with animals, they have a higher chance of getting hurt by an animal, which at that point it's not really the animal's fault for doing what their instinct is when they feel threatened. I also think it's a great "break show" from all the others that do teach traditional educational topics. Yes, it's great to have shows to assist in teaching kids, but anyone old enough to have kids can't possibly say they didn't watch anything without educational value. It's OK to let kids watch something just because it's fun every now and then. You can't rely solely on educational programs to teach your kids, so what's the harm in letting them watch something that's just cute, as long as it entertains them? And if it doesn't entertain them, so what? Not every show is going to attract the attention of every child. My advice is give it a chance and if your kid doesn't like it, oh well.