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- This special puppy really walks and goes potty for a true bonding experience with Barbie doll!
- To start, simply wind the knob on the puppy’s side and pull back on the leash, the puppy starts walking all on her own!
- When it’s time for a potty break, push on the puppy’s tail and Barbie doll can clean up using the broom and scooper
- A feeding bowl and bone that fits in the puppy’s mouth make the perfect reward for being such a good dog!
- Barbie doll wears a black and white striped top, denim shorts and pink sneakers
This special puppy has walked its way into Barbie doll’s heart! It’s so fun to help Barbie doll take her dog for a walk and potty train: simply wind the knob on the puppy’s side and pull back on the leash; The puppy starts walking all on her own! Help Barbie doll keep up, the leash fits on her hand for added realism. When it’s time for a potty break, push on the puppy’s tail. Barbie doll can clean up using the broom and scooper. A feeding bowl and bone that fits in the puppy’s mouth make the perfect reward for being such a good dog! Barbie doll’s casually cool outfit pairing a striped top with denim shorts and pink shoes is perfect for a day at the dog park. Animal lovers will have so much fun taking this adorable puppy for a walk and playing out friendship and nurturing stories between two best friends. Includes Barbie doll wearing fashions and accessories, puppy (with leash) that walks and goes potty, broom and scooper, plastic dog “poops,” feeding bowl and dog treat. Doll cannot stand or walk alone. Colors and decorations may vary.
Barbie with Walking Puppy - Blonde - DWJ68 is rated out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mommy30 from Super cute Barbie First of all, I want to mention That I love Barbies and this one so far is one of the best, not only is a toy but I think it helps girls to understand the importance of owning a pet. It is educational and fun. Material is durable and my nieces fell in love with it. They also love puppies so it was a win win situation. Nothing to complain about, GREAT & FUN product [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by zkatrina1017 from It's just ok... My kids are 3 and 6 years old, and we received this product to test. As a parent that has to supervise and help with this toy, I have to say that the dog could use some work. The wind mechanism is hard for my 3yo to use, but the 6yo can wind it just fine. To engage the mechanism and make the dog walk, you give a little pull on the leash. The leash is made of soft rubber, and it comes unhooked from the collar pretty often. My kids aren't yanking it off on purpose, it just comes off sort of easily. They can't get it back on by themselves. The poo for the dog are impossibly small. I had to set them aside or they'd be forever lost. They are smaller than tic tacs, and there is no way to make the stay inside the dog. If the dog gets tipped over or picked up and turned upside down, the poo falls out of the saddle bag. Kind of annoying. You push the dog's tail down to make it poo, and that seems to work just fine. So, after the novelty of a pooing toy wore off, my kids actually didn't want to make the dog poo and have Barbie clean it up. I guess cleaning up (even fake) poo doesn't appeal to them. At the end the day, they say, it's just ok. I gave it 3 stars because I don't feel like it would break very easily, so the quality is good, but the small parts will get lost unless you simply take them away and put them up. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nagao from Too many small pieces I got this product about a week ago and my daughter was ecstatic at first but has quickly lost all of the pieces. The “potty” is about the size of a tic tac and is quickly lost in the carpet when playing. The dog is adorable and so fun to wind up and have her walk. I would buy this Barbie again for the doll and dog but could do without the potty feature [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-03-02