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Little Inu is an Interactive Pet Dinosaur with incredibly lifelike appearance and behavior. Bond with Little Inu as you learn more about his unique moods, behavior, and personality. Inu doesn't perform preset actions at random, but actually reacts to his environment just like a real pet! The more you play with him, the more you'll discover. Little Inu is great for kids ages eight and up.
Little Inu is full of life! He easily walks forward or backward and has full range of motion in his head and neck. His motions are fluid, not mechanical. Little Inu has a soft, touchable hide so you'll love to hug, pet, or roughhouse with him. He also makes fun dinosaur sounds and hints at his mood with expressive eyelids.
Just like a real pet, Little Inu displays his emotions. Pay attention to his eyes, sounds, and body language, and you can easily tell when Inu is happy, sad, calm, frisky, playful, sleepy, and more. With different interactive sensors, he is totally attuned to his treatment and surroundings. For example, pet his back or tickle his chin and you'll be delighted to watch him wag his tail in appreciation.
Little Inu comes with two interactive accessories: a taro root, his favorite food, and coconut milk, his favorite drink. Like any smart pet, he can tell the difference between the two with a quick sniff and decide if he's ready for a snack or a sip.
For more interactive fun, you can give Inu an egg that glows at his touch, a curious-looking lava ball, or a ti leaf to make him feel more playful (each sold separately).
Little Inu is an Interactive Pet Dinosaur who was born on a remote Polynesian island. There he lives, in a hidden tropical paradise, enjoying his taro roots and coconuts. Each day, Inu sets out on an adventure to discover more of his new surroundings. Join Little Inu and share the fun of exploring his beautiful world together.
Senario Little Inu Interactive Pet is backed by a manufacturer's limited 30-day warranty against defects in materials and/or workmanship under normal use.*
Little Inu Interactive Pet Dinosaur, two interactive accessories (coconut and taro root), one rechargeable NiMH battery, ac adapter, charging station, and instructions.
* Coverage under this 30-day warranty is limited to the United States of America, including the District of Columbia and the U.S. Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. To obtain warranty service, call Senario at 1-815-337-0889 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
My 2 year old is a BIG dinosaur lover and he really loves little Inu, he carries him around and loves to feed him even when he's not active his skin is soft and he's very cute. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Caitlin B
I bought this for my almost 3 year old for Christmas this year and I could not be happier with it! My son will not put it down! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Masons Mommy!
nice lovely worthy best dino for childern i orderd more than 2 for gifts for small child , rechargable , very goodPublished 11 months ago by M,Farid
It is very cute dinosaur. I have bought it for my 3 years old son and he love it. It moves and talks, it's skin is soft. Thanks to Amason and the seller.Published 12 months ago by Julia
I expected a little more but it is cute and my son loves it. Real good price so it is a winPublished 12 months ago by taletha rodriguez
hes a cute toy that i love, however, i am disabled and can not have real pets, so i find him amuseing, however the reviews are right, he doesnt walk very well, and his motor is... Read morePublished 15 months ago by ronald
I still don't know what it does, but the kids love it. The battery will last almost all day so after a few months I don't expect it to hold up. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michael Mccullah
This was such a disappointment! The animal barely moves, and the sounds are like gears grinding. It doesn't search out its food as it was supposed to...a big rip-off.Published 16 months ago by Laurie K.