The Laugh and Learn Puppy is a cuddly play pal for your baby that combines two modes of play - learning mode and music games - with 10 delightful songs. In Learning Mode, 6 hot spots on the puppy teach your child A-Z, body parts and colors through fun phrases and songs. Then, switch to Game Mode for fun phrases and songs, including the Alphabet Song, a color song, a counting song and a song that teaches body parts. In Game Mode, kids can also enjoy six additional songs that encourage interaction: Head Shoulders Knees and Toes, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone, Pat-a-Cake, This Little Piggy, This Old Man and Bingo. Provides hours of interactive enjoyment. Requires three "AA" batteries (included).
what parents are saying
Love that this puppy teaches different feelings and parts of the body. Son loves when it sings to him and has multiple sayings (Oct 19, 2017)
My daughter enjoys this toy and it's nice that there are different settings so you're not hearing the same music. The internal device that holds everything is a little hard so it's not soft and cuddly
May 04, 2018
My son loved this dog when he was about 18 months! We would play the songs over and over again! He loved cuddling with the dog and pressing all the buttons. We had a lot of fun with this toy.
Oct 06, 2017
This is so cute! He loves the songs and lights. Great for helping him learn to! You can change as they get older to learn new things. Light weight so he can hold it! Easy to change levels and sound!
Feb 15, 2017
adorable product. Almost returned as we already had the leapfrog violet dog. But this is another great learning tool. I love the different stages. This teaches body parts, words of encouragement et
Dec 27, 2016
My kids liked it until it broke and kept repeating the same blurbled thing over and over scaring them and NOTHING made it stop not even changing the batteries. Not worth the > 6months it worked.
Oct 15, 2016
got this as a gift. The girls didn't really get it or want to play with it. but it did look like it had some fun attributes. Just not for my kids. They aren't attracted to the light up toys
Oct 05, 2016