The banker holds the deeds, bones and dog houses until they are bought during the game. Collect two \$500s, three \$100s, three \$50s, five \$20s, five \$10s, five \$5’s and five \$1s from the banker.

## How to play puppy opoly?

Buy puppies as you make your way around the board, or for a quick game, divide the deeds between all players before the game starts. Then mark the squares you own on the board by putting a plastic bone on each square. If someone lands on one of your puppy squares, collect the number of treats as shown on that square.

## What is Dogopoly?

Dog-opoly is a game based on our fabulous four-legged friends. It has all the fun of a traditional property trading game with some dog-eat-dog twists! Buy your favorite dogs then collect Dog Houses and trade them in for Big Bones. Dogs are arranged in size from small to big,Chihuahua to Great Dane.

Amount of Money Each Player Starts With In Monopoly, each player starts the game with 1,500 dollars. They’re broken down into two \$500, four \$100, one \$50, one \$20, two \$10, one \$5, and five \$1.

## How much money do you get in dog Opoly?

Each player has \$1,500 to start a game of “Monopoly.” According to the official rules, this includes two of the \$500, \$100 and \$50 bills each. Each player also receives six \$20 bills, five \$10 bills, and five of the \$5 and \$1 bills. The rest of the money stays in the bank.

## What are the pieces in dog Opoly?

The six tokens in the original edition, which launched in 1935, were the thimble, top hat, iron, shoe, battleship and the cannon. The Scottie dog was introduced in the 50s.