Pavlov’s Dogs is a pseudo-psychological card game of memory and conditioning. A fast, engaging game of following the rules and acting like fools!
Players are dogs working together during a series of tests (rounds) given to them by famous Dogtors such as Sigmund Fetch, Collie Jung, and Bark F. Skinner! Each round one player is the Dogtor and ensures that the dogs are following the rules.
All players start with 3 bones. If they ever make a mistake they lose a bone and if one player is out of bones the game ends immediately. The dogs are tested each round by being dealt 5 cards from the test desk which they do not look at. On a player’s turn they will flip one of their dealt test cards and say the total value of the test. The first player may flip a YELLOW SHAKE ONE and they would state “ONE”. The second player may flip a BROWN BEG TWO and they would state “THREE”, and so on.