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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Kids love playing with Doggie Doo!
Kids learn how to feed and clean up after Doggie!
Responsible pet ownership
Doggie Doo is a pre-school action game and NO batteries are required. The goal of the game is to teach younger children to how to take care of their doggie. Doggie Doo makes feeding, walking and cleaning up after your dog a fun and exciting event! Younger children learn about taking turns and following directions. The Doggie Doo food is non-toxic and also fun to play with by itself. Ok, we admit that not many people buy that this all about being a responsible pet owner and that the funniest part is that this dog does his business in an entertaining way.
Silly, funny sounds add to the fun!
Kids will laugh and love the hilarious sounds the doggie makes as the food gets digested! Air pressure from the bone in the doggie’s mouth moves the yellow slime down the body of the dog and creates gassy sounds that will have everyone laughing out loud. Check out the commercial on the video link and you will see what we mean.
What's In The Box?
doggie, leash with tube, container of food, four shovels, die, bone, food dish, and instructions.
Hilarious fun for kids of all ages!
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This is a total waste of time and money... the dog doesn't do the doo and my kids just get pissed off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by IAmSam
My niece loved it when she opened it but I am sure she has lost every single piece by now. The seller did a great job getting it to me in a timely manner.Published 6 months ago by Cate
My niece was very happy with it. It was what she had asked for the most.Published 6 months ago by shirleyj
This game is not as we thought we tried to play most of the day on xmas and never were successful in getting it to do what it stated. Read morePublished 6 months ago by paulette schank