Viking Toys Cute Rider Dog Ride-On

[VP1974] VIKINGTOYS
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$99.90
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Who Let the Dogs Out? Let this dog be your child´s new best friend. This cute ride-on toy dog from Viking Toys loves long adventurous walks. The dog start moving on children’s command. This dog is easy to handle and a perfect choice for the child. Children sit down comfortably, hold in the ears of the dog and kick away with their feet to get the dog moving; forward, backward, round, left or right. As kids scoot, walk, push and play with Cute Rider, they develop important balance, spatial awareness and gross motor skills. But they'll just think it's lots of fun! Under the seat, a storage space conceals where the children can stop things they find during their journey and want to investigate later. Cute Rider Dog is made of durable recyclable plastic, equipped with silent soft wheels ready to bring your child to great playful adventures for years to come.

Age: 1-5 years
Ride-On Size: approx. 29cm (Height from floor top of the ears / handles) x 50cm (L) x 25cm (W)
Seat Height: approx. 25cm
Max Rider Weight: 40kg

Additional Information

SKU VP1974
UPC/EAN/ISBN 7317670019748
Country of Manufacture N/A
Brand VIKINGTOYS
Usually Dispatched In 3-5 business days
Gender Boy, Girl
Age 1- 5 Years
Character N/A
Material N/A
Package Height (cm) 32.0000
Package Length (cm) 53.5000
Package Width (cm) 25.5000
Previous Price No
Previous Price Date No
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