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Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup
Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup
Imagine your children having a dog you don't have to walk or feed!!
At over 21 inches tall, Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup is too big to pick up and carry around with you but too small to be a "real" Golden Labrador Retriever, but its loads of fun and is going to be on a lot of kids' must-have lists. He is really, really, really endearing, and will sit, lay down, shake hands, move his head, ears, eyes, and mouth - and whimper on command. Biscuit My Lovin Pup does so much a real dog can do...with no housebreaking required!
Granted, there are other robotic pet dog available which are a lot less expensive. However, Biscuit is the only robot dog which I have seen and played with that actually comes close to acting like a real dog.
Biscuit is a beautiful large animated Golden Retriever dog that comes complete with collar, tag, brush, and dog bone. This dog is amazing and very low maintenance. This robo pet dog is highly sought after and once you get one for your child, you will understand why!
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Playtime is Going to the Dogs
Biscuit My Lovin Pup is Leading the Charge
Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup is a very fun robotic dog. Unlike most dogs, this one actually listens to you when you give a command, and that's without you having to offer it treat after treat!
- Playtime is going to the dogs and this playful pooch is leading the charge
- Tell your furry friend to give you his paw and he'll raise his right or left paw ask him if he wants a treat
- Biscuit my lovin pup pet will even shake at your command, lifting his paw to your hand or sit up and beg, just like a real pup
- Biscuit my lovin' pup pet wags his tail and barks, too, to let you know he's ready to play
- Use the special adoption certificate to register your pet online and ensure that you and this adorable pup will be friends forever
- And he'll nod and whimper to let you know he's ready for his dog and bone
- Pup pet comes with collar, tag, brush, dog, bone and adoption certificate
- The lovable mutt features voice recognition, obeying six commands, including Sit, Speak and Lie down
Biscuit My Lovin Pup Video - See Biscuit In Action
Biscuit responds with great reactions to 7 standard commands and questions, including: lie down, give me a paw (one of the cutest!), shake, sit, do you want a treat? (guess what his answer is, speak, sit up and BEG! (I love being able to tell him that!). Watch him in action.
Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup Reviews
Pros, Cons and Consumer Feedback
There are over 70 reviews online evaluating the Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup with 50 of them a strong 4/5 star rating. Users enjoy that unlike most dogs, this one actually listens to you when you give a command, without you having to offer it treat after treat and there is no poop to clean up! Biscuit was often purchased as a gift for a younger member of the family, but once it was introduced, the entire family fell in love with it and spent time playing with it.
Here are a few comments, summarized, of what users had to say about Biscuit My Lovin Pup:
- Biscuit, Your "FurReal" Dog - Expensive, But Still A Good Toy
- Probably The Largest, Most Realistic Robotic Dog You Can Buy
- Lots of sensors - almost everywhere you touch makes him respond
- Only 1 color and breed option
- I gave Biscuit to my elderly mother (age 94) and she finds great comfort and enjoyment with him. Many of the other residents at the assisted living facility love him too, and some believe he is real.
- The best pet for a child that cannot have a real pet because of allergies, or living in an apartment.
- A VERY FUN ROBOTIC DOG
The most common comments by many of the purchaser's was it is a great and cute toy, it performs like it's supposed to, so it is perfect for a child who wants a dog, but doesn't or can't have a real one.
Actual Customer Review for: Fur Real Friends Biscuit My Lovin Pup (Toy)
I have had it with electronic pets - we have way too many. However, with that said, I think they finally got it right with the mechanics on this one. On some of the cheap fur real pets ((Fur Real Friends Teacup Pups - Yorkie) the mechanics are so noisy that they really detract from the realness. In this case, not too noisy. However, not exactly realistic either.
Here's what we like:
1) Lots of sensors - almost everywhere you touch makes him respond
2) Love the fact that he lifts his paw to shake - too cute
3) He makes just the right volume - he sounds pretty close to the real thing
4) He is not too bony
5) You could replace his collar and bone when they get lost with a real dog collar/toy - I can't see how they won't get lost, considering
"Amanda" (Sacramento, CA United States)