Plan Toys Pull Along Zebra
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- Plantoys® Wooden Pull Along Zebra Toy
- Pull along to see head nod and back legs spring up and down
- Sturdy And Characterful; Rubber Strips On Wheel Stop Marking On Floor Surface
- Made with non-toxic chemically treated rubberwood to PlanToys® high standards
- Helps to motivate children to walk and move around
Warning: To prevent possible injury by entanglement, remove this toy when the child starts trying to get up on its hands and knees in a crawling position.
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This gorgeous pull along zebra from PlanToys® is just great fun to watch! Galloping along with a horse's gait with his head bobbing up and down, his back rolling and his hind legs springing into action all the while encouraging good balance, steady walking and imaginative play. Children will love their new little friend.
PlanToys® is proving that it is possible to maintain superior quality and safety standards in addition to following a path of environmental and social responsibility. We are committed to maintaining the highest standard of ethics while creating innovative educational toys for every developmental stage of childhood. These toys inspire children's imagination as well as promoting their physical and intellectual development. PlanToys® are made from non-toxic, natural materials such as organic rubberwood. Our toys enable children to play, learn and become closer to nature.
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The other selling point for me was the uniqueness of having a *zebra* pull toy. So fun!
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He (yes, ours is a boy) is alive and well today. He has been owned and played with by three different kids now. This little zebra is definitely a favorite of the young toddlers. They seem to enjoy how he follows along wherever they go and just nods his head as he goes. This zebra has been dragged through all kinds of stuff, left outside for weeks (oops) and been generally abused. He is still solidly in one piece and pulls alng just as smoothly as if he were new. His stripes are worn now (six years remember) and it's really hard to tell now if he is white with black stripes or black with white stripes.
I particularly enjoy that this pull behind is a zebra. I love whimsical, unusual toys and so do my kids.