But game makers claims campaigners are barking up the wrong tree targeting the doggy console as being the cause of dysfunctional youngsters.
It all began with the introduction of games consoles for dogs to keep them happy whilst their owners are away.
For example the CleverPet console, available at £165, has three sensitive touch pads, which light up interactively when touched by a dog's nose or paw.
But gaming companies realised just like young humans pups want more from their consoles.
Today pups can link up with their friends through multiplayer games and ravage neigbourhoods together.
One adult Pit Bull said her little Fluffy was a lovely little pup until he started gaming.