Retailer Information Page

 

Become an affiliate and sell our downloadable products from your website.

Become a Retailer

To become a Doggone Crazy! retailer please send us an email and we will send you an order form and retail terms. First orders must be paid with credit card and subsequent orders with net 30 day terms.

Products available for resale:

Doggone Crazy! board game - comes in cartons of 6 games per carton (minimum order 2 cartons)

Clicker Puppy DVD - minimum order 10

Clickers - minimum order 10 (1 clicker per DVD can be purchased for $1 each)

Ontario vendors - please download and fax PST blanket exemption form to 905-854-3271.

Click here to obtain a web file you can use at your site on in your catalog to promote Doggone Crazy!

Download Parent Guide  and the Quick Reference Photo Card - you can post these for download at your website, or print them to show to, or give to customers in your store. The Parent Guide explains all the concepts covered in the game Doggone Crazy! - but it is not fun. To learn the concepts in a fun way people should play the game.

Pricing Help

Doggone Crazy! is sold with net pricing - we do not recommend a retail price. For comparison we have researched the retail price of the game Dogopoly. It sells for $19.95 to $34.95 in at least 40 different web stores. The most common prices are $25.95 and $29.95 USD.
 

Shipping Costs

In Canada flat rate shipping costs per case of 6 games are as follows $11 in ON; $11 MA and QC and $15 elsewhere in Canada.

In the US flat rate shipping cost is $11USD per case of 6 game.

Please contact us for shipping costs outside North America and for shipping costs for the Clicker Puppy DVD.

Placing Orders

On-line ordering is coming soon. In the meantime orders can be sent by email, fax (see order form for details) or by calling toll free 877-350-3232. Send us an email to request an order form.

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