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Man's best friend is about to become a dream come true for kids with this Fur Real Friends Biscuit, My Lovin' Pup.

Kids will love to interact with this adorable life-size golden retriever - through highly innovative voice recognition technology, the Biscuit pet puppy will obey six different voice commands including "sit," "sit up and beg," "lie down," "give me a paw," "speak," and "do you want a treat?" Just like a real dog, Biscuit will move his head and ears, blink his eyes, wag his tail and bark. This playful pup will also sniff his 'bone' and chomp on his tasty treat.

He also responds to touch; kids simply pet their new best friend on the sensors located behind his ears, on his head and on his back, and their new pal will wag his tail to show his delight.
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#1
Not too sure why the cold voters have annonymously put this one down but this is a very good price. I remember looking for this everywhere online line at christmas for my little boy and it was full price everywhere. Half price is a fantastic price!
#2
Looks a great price, thanks for the post :)
#3
Great price. They go for more than this second hand on ebay
#4
pinkkitty2007
Great price. They go for more than this second hand on ebay


do they i dont think they do.
#5
bought my little girl one before xmas from John Lewis for £99.99.

Not voting either way as tbh a bit of a waste of money for the use she has got out of it
#6
ramtec
bought my little girl one before xmas from John Lewis for £99.99.

Not voting either way as tbh a bit of a waste of money for the use she has got out of it


i paid £179 when they first came out and my daughter hasnt really bothered with it therefore yeah i would say they are a waste.
#7
a cheaper and better option (in my opinion) would be to take your young ones to the local charity run kennels for abandoned dogs.

they get to pet and help care for real dogs, the dogs get much needed attention and the charity will be getting a helping hand.

the youngsters could also learn that dogs are not toys to be bought for christmas and forgotten about by new years, as seems to have happened with the robotic ones.
#8
greyparrot
do they i dont think they do.


They were when i was wanting one at xmas
#9
spudfish
a cheaper and better option (in my opinion) would be to take your young ones to the local charity run kennels for abandoned dogs.

they get to pet and help care for real dogs, the dogs get much needed attention and the charity will be getting a helping hand.

the youngsters could also learn that dogs are not toys to be bought for christmas and forgotten about by new years, as seems to have happened with the robotic ones.


cheaper.... don't think so, food vet bills etc. That's why we bought this, so I guess I take it back great value for money!
#10
spudfish
a cheaper and better option (in my opinion) would be to take your young ones to the local charity run kennels for abandoned dogs.

they get to pet and help care for real dogs, the dogs get much needed attention and the charity will be getting a helping hand.

the youngsters could also learn that dogs are not toys to be bought for christmas and forgotten about by new years, as seems to have happened with the robotic ones.


ramtec
cheaper.... don't think so, food vet bills etc. That's why we bought this, so I guess I take it back great value for money!


You haven't understood what the poster above is saying. They aren't recommending you buy a dog for your kid - instead its more a suggestion to volunteer/help out at charity kennels for abandoned dogs. It is a wonderful idea, although I imagine that after a while most people's kids would talk them into bringing one of the rescue dogs home (also a lovely idea)!

We haven't got one of these robo-dogs ourselves, but our neighbours have had exactly the same experience as many posters here - it seems like a cute idea but their children quickly tired of the thing and it goes un-played with now so a big waste of money. It will be a long time before toys like this can substitute for the real thing!
#11
I see a demo of one of these in Argos few months back, very very good,
#12
If people who are sayng its cheaper on ebay please look more carefully..

I have seen the seller they are refering too and whilst there is some good feedback there is also alot of negative feedback.. the dog has a twisted leg its a gamble and it doesnt come with collar, brush or certificate..

Was tempted by the seller on ebay, but then spotted this yesterday, used £5 off code, and went through quidco so even cheaper xmas pressise on its way..
#13
This kind of thing is a complete waste of money. While its initially cute for the first ten minutes it does not take long for kids to realise the extent to which it can do and they quickly become bored. Save your money, its really not worth it in the long run.
#14
£90 for a toy dog!!! ???
does it fetch yer slippers and light yer cigars up??
#15
I've seen one of these in action in my mate's house and to say it's sh1te is an understatement. I found the price a few weeks later and nearly fell off my chair. :-D

More money than sense some folk.
#16
I have bought this and yes I can see it being a waste of money, but as I have got it at this price and even cheaper thanks to a code and quidco, then I am happy.

But there is no way I would pay full price for him..

Its like any toys like those hamsters that everybody was hunting around for, only to see boxing day kids lost interest, you could easily make a list of toys that are a waste of money but if you can get it a cut price and you know your kids will love it then why not..
#17
Bought one of these for my daughter for Christmas, It looked really nice and though she would love it. She played with it the once and did not play with it again. I bought it from John Lewis, so returned it and got a refund.

Looks good but will not get played with.

Adrian
#18
i could get a real one for this price, oh cold
#19
This is a very good price for this item which is what should be voted on so I'm voting hot!
#20
as a lot of posters have put, the kids will get tired of this easy. Bit of a gimmick tbh
#21
I want to get one but it is showing the price at £180? Has this thread expired?:?
#22
hi is biscuit the bog 89.99 if so let me no

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