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Not just for kids;he is also perfect for saving for a rainy day (or those fabulous pair of shoes;those football tickets;that night out at the pub...... ) once your mutt has munched all the money you need to save;simply open the packing crate that he is standing on and retrieve your stash of cash.
This Pooch is very low maintenance - he only needs 2 x AA Batteries to munch his way through a stash of cash;all with no walkies;pooper scoopers or chasing the Postman.
The wonga wolfing;coin crunching money box;just can't get enough of your pennies and pounds!
With a Japenese mechanism the Doggy Bank comes with some of the best engineering that you can find to make his joints all work independently and his ears;tongue and eyes all have a life of their own.
Lovely idea, bit small, so more a fun toy than actual savings bankPublished 26 days ago by Elaine Smith
Wanting this product for awhile I decided to get one and try it. The dog is VERY loud when (pretending) to eat the coins and is not worth feeding him in the bowl. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jed Maloney
I love this ..I bought it for my husband ss a Christmas present me and the kids found it hilarious. ..chowing town on the coins...ive since claimed it for my own!Published 3 months ago by busybee
Really pleased. We bought this for a reward for our son who we were potty training. If he was good then he got to put some money in and watch the dog eat the coins. Read morePublished 4 months ago by BeeBee5
I found one of these in an extensive toy store in London and paid £20. It made me smile. The disjointed wobbling munching of the dog on the pennies (which is all I put down) in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marham
Originally I bought this for my 3 year old to make the concept of saving fun but I liked it so much it never made it into his hands and sits on my desk at work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by T L Mustoe
I bought this for my son's 17th birthday and it's a real hoot - the frantic action of the dog id hilarious and the mechanism pretty clever. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ms Annie G