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Wonderdog

Updated on July 22, 2015

Cookie the wonder dog - The dog of the future

The good old dog has been man's best friend for ages now, and I've had some of the best dogs that anyone could ever of hoped for in life. Looking back I wouldn't of traded them for anything in this world. However recently I discovered the greatest dog ever. Her name is Cookie, and I found this cute little fuzzy white friend in the toy isle at Walmart. You might ask, Did you say Walmart?, and yes I most certainly did. Cookie looks very real, but she's not and she comes in a box. She cost just a little under thirty dollars. She does just about everything that a living dog does with some great exceptions. She closes her eyes and goes to sleep, and wakes up as well. She chews on a bone, and turns her little fluffy head. She makes happy puppy sounds, and babbles back to you when you talk to her. Cookie barks, and wags her fuzzy little tail. She does just about everything that a real dog does, plus you can turn her off when you get tired and have had enough fun. I've seen small children love all over her, petting her, throwing her purple bone to her, and kissing her for hours at a time.

Some of the great exceptions which Cookie doesn't do includes biting you, and going to the bathroom in the house. You also don't have to worry about her chewing on your favorite pair of dress shoes, or gnawing on your antique furniture. There's no expenses needed to buy food, reason to feed her, and you don't have to put messy water bowls out for her either. You'll never have to worry about waking up, and taking Cookie outside to the bathroom at three o'clock in the morning as well. There's also never going to be any expensive Veterinarian bills. It's really a total win win situation for all involved. So if you are unable to care for a real live dog, can't afford a pet deposit, or if you live in an apartment complex which doesn't allow you to have live pets, then here's the answer to all of your problems Cookie - the Wonderdog of the future. With batteries included that's TheHoleStory.

With Wonderdog you don't have to worry anymore about running out of dog food, messy water bowls or those stinky do do piles to pick up.
With Wonderdog you don't have to worry anymore about running out of dog food, messy water bowls or those stinky do do piles to pick up.
Even many months after being removed from the box, and being given a tough loving workout by little children, Cookie still never stops.
Even many months after being removed from the box, and being given a tough loving workout by little children, Cookie still never stops.

Do you like the idea of a Wonderdog?

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Stay tuned for "Part Two" of this hub on another type of tail - Tips on setting up those fuel saving trailer tails

Getting started.
Getting started.
Easy to read directions on the side of each trailer.
Easy to read directions on the side of each trailer.
Keeping those trailer tail panels closed when parked on a lot.
Keeping those trailer tail panels closed when parked on a lot.
Opening those trailer tail panels up before driving to save on fuel cost.
Opening those trailer tail panels up before driving to save on fuel cost.
On the way to great gas mileage.
On the way to great gas mileage.
Now you know what a trailer tail is if you ever wondered what those things were that you saw hanging off of the back of tractor trailer trucks driving down the highway.
Now you know what a trailer tail is if you ever wondered what those things were that you saw hanging off of the back of tractor trailer trucks driving down the highway.

Did you know what a trailer tail was before you read this hub?

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      FictionFish 

      2 years ago

      Very informative hub. My grand-daughter would love cookie. Do they make Trailer Tails for vans?

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      Brigiedarls 

      2 years ago

      Thanks for this story, makes me see the need to appreciate my bear(Alvan) some more. Thanks also for being my first follower.impressed about how you remember the names, date and number of some of your followers.shows you never forgot them and still values them.

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      Ashraul 

      3 years ago

      Sounds Great...!

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      Meredith McLarty 

      3 years ago from Sioux City, IA

      Great work! Keep it up!

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      Nikki 

      3 years ago from Worcester, MA

      what a great hub, love it! Walmart surprisingly has some good dog merchandise , maybe I'll get one for a companion for our dog hahaha though something tells me I'd come home to a mangled Cookie

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      Shaloo Walia 

      3 years ago from India

      awww...so cute but for me, nothing can replace a real dog :)

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      stella vadakin 

      4 years ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

      Good hub and useful information on the trailer tails, and I had no idea about what this was.

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      Matthew A Easterbrook 

      4 years ago from Oregon

      I enjoyed your hub on cookie and trailer tails. Very fun article to read. I am sure a lot of parents will be buying their child a cookie instead of a real puppy.

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      Deb Hirt 

      4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      This is such a wonderful item for people that can't have a real dog for whatever reason.

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      Venkatachari M 

      4 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Very interesting tale about wonder dog. Thanks for sharing it.

      As regards, this trailer tail, I never saw any such things on hubpages. Does it get allowed? But, it is very informative and useful for the visitors. So, very great to see it.

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      Rachel L Alba 

      4 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      That's just the perfect dog. LOL My little granddaughter will love it. A little expensive so it will have to wait for her birthday. I voted up for his hub.

      Blessings to you.

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      Alexander Reagan 

      4 years ago

      Nice little dog but how much is she?

      I never saw a TrailerTail but if it doesn't cost too much to offset the cost of fuel then I'm all for it.

      I know I'm new here on HubPages...

      but...

      ...you have two separate stories that should be two separate hubs.

      ...you have way too many pictures some of which are in the wrong hub, and are repetitive.

      I look forward to reading more of your hubs.

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      Eric Dierker 

      4 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I am sold on the dog. Perhaps this one my son can keep up with the cleaning on. I assume it does not dig holes. Does it eat the food my wife cooks that is just not palatable? Very fun. Thank you

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      Yvette Marshall 

      4 years ago from Houston, Texas

      If I shopped at Walmart I would go out today and get Cookie. Great free advertisement for the manufacturing company. Very funny.

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      Larry Rankin 

      4 years ago from Oklahoma

      As always, interesting and fun information.

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