Fur Real Playful Pup *Half Price* at Toys R Us : Now £19.99
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Fur Real Playful Pup *Half Price* at Toys R Us : Now £19.99

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Found 15th Oct 2007
This is on offer at the moment in Argos at £39.99 but Toys R Us are selling it for £19.99.

I have recently bought one of these for a Christmas present, but as it says in the description "colours and styles may vary" & I did receive a different style to that pictured.

Use quidco for further 3% off.


Add £4.95 delivery charge if ordering online (free delivery with orders over £150)




Description:

Give this playful pup a home and have an instant best friend all of your own! This puppy is so realistic, he can understand what you say and really do tricks! Tell him to sit, lie down, beg, and give you his paw, and hell happily play along! He makes electronic barking sounds and other cute puppy noises! Reward him by petting him or scratching him behind the ears, and hell want to play even more!

Playful pup learns tricks and makes cute electronic puppy sounds! Puppy comes with rope, bone and adoption certificate.

Colours and styles may vary.


Battery Requirements
3 x C (sold separately)

ref: 125148
Age suitability: 5 years +

9 Comments

Real Fur????
The animal rights loonies will jump on this!!

johnnyshuttle

Real Fur????The animal rights loonies will jump on this!!



Its "Fur Real", not real fur. Its a play on words ...

If it was real fur I think it would cost more than 19.99!!:-D

excellent find, thanks very much, another pressie sorted. :thumbsup:

Highly recommend the "fur real" Scampy pups.:thumbsup:

Got it for the kids from our local store,a few weeks back and they love it. Don't forget to get batteries though. The TRU Offer usually on for a week or so, but usually back again after a month. They had loads of "white" and only one dalmation, ended buying them both


Charlie Brown

5gbp delivery?

Original Poster

Yes £4.95 delivery charge if ordering online but they are also available in store.

thanks for this, ive just ordered one for my niece for xmas. voted hot

Is the fur "easily pull outable" as I was going to buy one for my little 'un and they're 18 months old?

Original Poster

The 'fur' doesn't seem to be easily shed but don't think this would be the case with an 18 month old's grip/handling. hth
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