They added another girl pup in a later season, but she is a snow dog in what seems to be a southern California setting.
I'm sure she's really super useful and all, but come on.
It's produced by a toy company to sell toys, and is generally lowest-common-denominator kid vid.
It doesn't have anything explicitly troubling - no violence, sexual content, or even anything resembling real danger, but it's also loud, obnoxious, and not very good.
They also will work on a range of math concepts such as number recognition and writing, counting, sorting, patterns, addition, and subtraction.
It seems like he may be the target in each episode? Generally this is a great show for the little ones.
Young kids may need help "taking a picture" of Imagicards and occasionally may hit the wrong item while they swipe through choices. Kids take pictures of included real-world cards to bring characters and other items (numbers, shapes) into the game.
The cards aren't required to play (kids can select cards from a virtual collection), so there's no need to worry about them getting lost.
There are drastic differences in quality when comparing monotonous season one episodes to newer ones from season two or three.
Season one includes dull, repetitive storylines that can't hold my son's attention.