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Little Live Pets Snuggles My Dream Puppy
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- Very soft synthetic fur
- Includes 1 x Puppy 1 x Milk Bottle, 1 x Adoption Certificate 1 x Instruction Manual
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Hi! I'm Snuggles, your Dream Puppy! I move and feel just like a real puppy. Hold me in your arms and give me a hug. You wont be able to resist my big blue expressive eyes. Feed me with my bottle and I'll fall asleep in your arms and dream about you! Feel her snuggle into your arms as you pick her up! She looks and moves so real. Make her your own and give her a home.
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please learn from my mistake DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT UNLESS YOU CAN PHYSICALLY PUT YOUR HANDS ON IT AND VERIFY THAT IT ACTUALLY WORKS.
My daughter is scared of dogs, so getting her this toy was our first step in trying to get her past that, and the fact that she likes it is quite a big deal. She loves how putting her nose to the dogs nose gets a happy purr, and how the dog makes happy sounds when she is pet or is fed a bottle. She even burps when she is done drinking the bottle. On the downside, it occasionally barks at her at night when she is in bed.
Technologically, this is way more advanced than the Furreal friend cat my son had about five years ago, which had distinct switches under the fur. (Note that I haven't seen a Furreal Friend since, so they may be just as - or even more - advanced) but this one doesn't animate in the same way, and could even be considered a little boring. It's a much more gentle toy I think.
I was torn between four or five stars on this one, but my 4-1/2 year old little girl is watching me write this review and is just going on and on about how much she loves her dog, and at the end of the day, it's her opinion that counts, doesn't it?