The newest theme on the acclaimed Disney Junior series, Doc McStuffins, is Pet Rescue!
Kids can race to save the pets of McStuffinsville – just like Doc!
Designed for on-the-go care, the Pet Rescue Mobile is equipped with lights, music, phrases, and play medical tools and accessories, including an electronic EKG reader, talking stethoscope and light & sound control panel!
Doc’s adorable pet friend Oliver is included, and kids will love helping Oliver feel better by checking his heartbeat and diagnosing boo-boos with the light-up play X-ray display!
Kids can help this clever pup to do fun tricks, from flipping his bone, to shaking “paws,” and even shuffling eagerly for more!
Feed him treats to reward him for his tricks, or pet his back for a job well done, but be careful…he might need a bathroom break!
This adorable pup responds to sound and touch with more than 100 sound and motion combinations and features sensors on his cheeks, nose, mouth, paw, and back, making interactions with this talented pup awesome!
After a day full of fun, Ricky loves to cuddle and give great doggie licks. His poseable legs make him the perfect pup for endless snuggles!
Includes a bone accessory, 18 doggie treats, and a treat pouch.
Bill Reese has been production director at The Toy Insider since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and staring adoringly at his baby boy Jonah.
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