Hasbro Gaming - Peeing Pup Game

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    Product description

    Product description

    Item No. 1714001630

    It's a game of "hot potato" as kids take turns passing the pup and petting its head and then when the puppy barks it's time to pass him to the next person. The little pup makes cute sounds with all this attention but watch out! He loves to be petted but he just might pee. The only player not to get peed on by the pup wins!

    • Suitable for age 4 years +
    • Suitable for 2+ players
    • Includes:
    • Peeing Pup game unit
    • Plastic tail
    • Instructions
    • Minimal assembly required
    • Dimensions (HWD): 26.67 x 26.67 x 8.09cm
    • Weight: 0.484kg
    • Batteries required - not included
    • Battery type: 3 x AAA
    • Dry thoroughly after use. Read instructions for use and care
    • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts. To avoid injury use only clean tap water

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