The sitting dog. You can move his head and its mouth.
Measures: 12 longx15 high x 9 width
This puppet representing a loving puppy sitting allows us to move his head and mouth. Size: 38 cm high. To play with it we recommend that you encourage your mouth with one hand leaving the other to move the tail. You'll see how everyone wants to pet him!
Caution!. Not for children under 3 years.
Care and Feeding
How do you feel after a long trip? After several days in a covered box, your marionete may seem a little tired from the trip. To refresh, a shock is recommended and combing with thick brush bristles. By brushing with - not against - the grain of the fabric, you can quickly restore the quality and realism of the animal's skin. BUT UPON THIS WARNING: strong brush is no friend of the eyes and ears of an animal. Both can be scratched and damaged if not careful we avoid these sensitive areas.
Puppets Hair: Puppets with hair should not get into the washer dryer no. That the shatter. The can give with a damp cloth superficially. There must be immersed in water puppet. Use warm water and a sponge with Woolite or other mild detergent to wet skin. Rinse the surface with a sponge. Be careful not wring or twist the puppet, or you can apelmazar notice stuffing and lumpy. Squeezing gently pat dry between towels, or hanging from clothesline to drip-dry. After it is dry, cepíllala a thick bristle brush to leave his fluffy hair. When brushing the face, be careful to avoid scratching the eyes or pull strings in the ears, nose, mouth or areas.
Plush Puppets: (Ladybird, Great pork, etc.) DO NOT PUT IN washer or dryer. The largest puppets velvet, clean the surface with warm water. a sponge and mild detergent .. No need to twist the puppet. To dry, tighten it gently between towels. Do not brush puppets velvet.
"Feeding" Your Puppet The only food that requires your puppet is a lot of love and long hours of fun! You can maintain the appearance of your puppets' with the brush every time you need a touch. Long plush animals can also enjoy a pleasant swelling occasionally
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