Lucky, The Incredible Wonder Pup
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- Understands and responds to verbal commands!
- Responds when he hears his name!
- Goes to sleep on command!
- plays tug of war with you!
- Sings two songs!
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It worked and she has played with it constantly since opening it. It was the first toy she went to the morning after Christmas.
It takes a little bit of work to say the commands so that it understands them but she has it all figured out. There are enough commands and actions that make it fun for more than a few minutes. He has been dropped and had his legs moved by my daughter and has not had any issues yet. He seems fairly durable but time will tell.
He follows about 15 commands and makes noises to let you know if he is ready for a command or doesn't understand one. He also does a Scooby kind of voice to say "I love you" and "Night night". If he is squeezed or hugged, he makes noises to let you know he likes the "affection".
I looked at the other animated animals that were available this year (Puppy that Grows with me and Knows My Name and the WowWee Alive Lion Cub) and they all seemed like they were poorly made and quick for a child to loose interest.
I'm really glad I chose this toy (and at around $40 it was a better buy).
My daughter keeps telling Lucky that she loves him so much so I'm calling this one a keeper.
I recently had another child and he gets a kick out of his sister's Wonder Pup, but I'm afraid he'll break it because he's so young, so I was hoping to buy another just in case...but looks like they no longer make this amazing toy! I can't seem to find it anywhere.
Anyway, this toy is great. At ST we had trouble getting it to do anything we told it to do. We renamed the dog hoping that would help. After several attempts we found out that a 1-syllable name works best. So we named our daughter's "Bob".
Bob has worked perfect every since. He response and obeys to the commands 90% of the time. We show everyone who comes over and they are all impressed by Bob. He's like a member of the family!
My daughter's favorite trick is telling Bob to "Put 'em up!"...then Bob stands on his hind legs with his other two legs in the air...my daughter then pretends to shot Bob and yells "Bang! Bang!" and Bob sighs and falls backwards...whinning. Cracks us up every time!
He does soooo many tricks, my daughter will play with him for hours, even after all these years. In fact my son's ST word was "Bob"...because before every command you have to say the dog's name....so my daughter was saying "Bob" so much that my son picked up that word. Bob cracks my infant son up too...this is a wonderful toy, def. worth every cent and more! Usually most toys get tossed to the side and forgotten, this is one of the few toys that my daughter still plays with 3 years later. Only wish they would make them again so I can get one for my son!
To get Lucky to respond, you first say his name, then wait for him to bark once. Then say the desired command. We have found that sometimes he doesn't recognize the command and will instead make something up. This is also cute. The dog will go into sleep mode and turn itself off when not in use. To reactivate, just touch him on his back (there is a small panel that functions as an on/off panel if held down for longer than 3 seconds).
You can also change Lucky's name if you so desire. Lucky runs on AA Batteries which can be loaded through a battery compartment on his belly underneath a velcro lining of fur. the velcro holds together really well, and my 4yo hasn't tried to get at the batteries at all.
This is a fun, interactive toy and I would recommend for kids of all ages.
I think this toy is perfect for a family that can't get a dog because of living restraints, or allergies. Yes, he farts, but at least they don't smell like real dog farts, and I can live with that! Also, we did not change his name, because after reading reviews, this can cause problems. If you keep Lucky however, he seems to work pretty well for a voice recognition software program, which are pretty hard to do. So please keep that in mind and don't expect perfection with a technology that has yet to be perfected.