Pops, although wary at times (which is good, especially with strange ones) has always loved dogs!
Unfortunately we can’t get a dog as we rent and the dogs in our family are all pretty old and not fans of being pestered by energetic toddlers! This has resulted in pops befriending a little dog statue that we have in our garden which is adorable, but not practical.
When zapf creation sent us the Train Andy to review I knew it would be a hit with pops, she loves taking out food and water for her statue dog and talking to him like he’s real so being able to have her very own dog INDOORS was amazing for her.
Train Andy (ours is called DOG) is a sandy coloured dog and he comes with A pink remote (for commands) and a little bone that you can feed him (he poops it too) unlike the learn to walk (add link) the train andy comes with batteries included (although they recommend changing them for best results)
Switch both the dog and the remote on and you’re instantly greeted by Andy (dog) barking. It took me a lot of time and clicking before I thought to read the instructions and if I’m being honest they leave a lot to the imagination. 6 images showing what Dog can do but not actually how to do it.
I really would recommend changing the batteries because I tried to get away without doing it and the dog was really unresponsive and would only bark which was frustrating pops and myself, once I popped new batteries in each it was such a breeze to use!
We live on a road that is full of dog poo so I can’t wait to see pops reaction when dog (andy) poos out his bone, I always tell her how important it is to clean up after your pets and being able to let her get the experience but none of the mess is great.
Whether you have a dog or not this will be an amazing gift, after changing the batteries it was really simple to use but 1remember dogs are NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS 🙂
Are you a dog person? Let us know in the comments below.
Until the next post,
Are and Pops.
We were sent our andy for the purpose of this post but all opinions are our own.