Hasbro Fur Real Ricky Toy
Ricky, the Trick-Lovin’ Pup pet is eager to perform tricks, and is sure to amaze everyone who watches him. He’s full of surprises and affection, and responds with 100+ sound-&-motion combinations that keep kids guessing. He’s all about tricks, licks, and treats!
He can balance his bone toy on his nose, and with a voice command, flip it into his mouth! Reach for his paw and he’ll raise it for a friendly handshake.
When he’s excited, he’ll shuffle his paws and bark happily. And he’s very affectionate, so get ready for lots of doggie licks!
Reward him with an included doggie treat… then pet his back for toots and poops!
• Includes pet, bone toy, 18 doggie treats, treat pouch, and instructions.
• This talented pup loves to perform cool tricks
• He responds with 100+ sound-and-motion combinations
• Such an affectionate pup
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