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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Love to Play Puppy

Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Love to Play Puppy

  • Baby can learn A-B-Cs, 1-2-3's and parts of the body, plus sing along to ten favorite songs and games
  • Dog bone collar lights up to the music
  • Helps baby learn about parts of the body
  • Introduces baby to the alphabet, colors and counting
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • To see more information click the "Watch it in Action" link below the main product images
Features

11"H x 9"W x 7"L
Ages 6 to 36 months
Uses 3 "AA" batteries (included)

List Price: $ 22.99 Price:

 

3 Comments

  • J. Baldwin "Auburn"
    272 of 277 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    He’s a good dog who sings songs (all the way through), April 1, 2007
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    This little pup is a very awesome baby toy!! For $20 (or less–we got ours for free during a 2-1 Fisher Price special), he is very interactive and elaborate.

    While he may not always have a light-up bone (as in Amazon’s description) he counts, names body parts and colors, has funny sayings, and sings many songs (ENTIRE songs). He’s funnier, more educational (and cuter) than “Tickle-Me-Elmo”–minus the annoying voice.

    A few of folks have been rating him poorly because his songs cut off early. This is possibly a misunderstanding resulting from the pup not being taken out of “demo” mode. You have to pull a plastic tab out of his back in order for him to fully function (otherwise his songs cut short). Unfortuantely the directions are not clear on the box and the tab doesn’t stand out so it is easy to mistake him for a “bad musical toy”… However, once he’s out of demo mode the songs aren’t just longer but more plentiful too. He (or she) has a nonstop sweet voice.

    One more tip – The “off” switch on this pup’s foot does not always work and he easily can be turned back on by being touched (a naptime annoyance). He has a better shut-off switch (and volume control) on his back velcroed under his “skin.”

    All-in-all, this little pup is quite loveable. :)

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  • Wixby Bonnet
    148 of 156 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Toy!!!, March 5, 2005
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    We have this and Hug & Learn Baby Tad, and we prefer this puppy because it has a lot of variety. It has two modes – learning and musical, which are selected by pressing the button on its foot. The other foot, both hands, an ear, tummy and nose play sounds or songs when pressed. The puppy identifies body parts, colors and sings fun songs. It is very colorful, has a flashing bone on his shirt and volume control through a velcro seam on its back. My young son finds it very easy to push the buttons. Some reviewers have said that the ear broke, but we have not had any such problem and we’ve used it every day for four months.

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  • Angel "AngelJade"
    70 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Even grandpa loves it!, October 19, 2004
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    Angel “AngelJade” (Pennsylvania) –

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    I got this for my daughter about 3 months ago, it is still the toy she goes to first. None of her “old” toys get played with, but this one does. She grabs it when we are going bye bye. And even my dad will play with it with her. He refuses to play with any other toy that makes any kind of noise. So this toy is great for happy little kids and grumpy old men at the same time. I love how it plays the whole song, and not just half or stop in the middle where you have to push something else to continue it. It teaches, body parts, colors and songs. And it has cute little sayings/ You push his nose, and he says “nose” push it again, he says “red nose”, push it again, he says “a choo” then on another level, he sings “itsy bitsy spider”, says achoo” then “got my nose!” So far I have found no faults in this toy. It is educational and fun. I would recommend this toy to any child. And it was reasonably priced also.

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