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Not just for kids anymore, dog bobbleheads can be a unique gift for the dog lovers in your life. I don’t think anyone really knows for sure who invented these funny nodding toys, but all of us have probably tapped on their noggins as we walked by.
Wobblers or nodders, as bobbleheads are sometimes called, were probably meant to entertain kids while their parents were shopping. Some of the first nodders were replicas of dogs and cats with the head made larger to draw attention to the toy. I know when I walk into the pet store and go by the shelf with the dog and cat bobbleheads, I intentionally start the whole row bobbing! What is it about these endearing wobblers that make people want to collect them? Is it the oversized heads that these toys have, or the replica of the animal itself? Whatever the reason, these toys have been around for a long time and have even become collector’s items. Maybe they remind of us of our childhood when we bought one as a souvenir of our vacation. Or it could just be because they entertain us and help relieve the monotony or stress of our day. Most of us can probably remember the first bobblehead that we ever saw or played with: mine was a purple cow with funny little horns on its head. So whatever draws us to these nodding toys, dog bobbleheads are not just for kids anymore.
To help toddlers through all the questions they may have about the crucial stage of potty training, Murkoff and Angus the Answer Dog guide readers (and parents) through this milestone of growing up. Full color.
(back cover) Lets Take Care of Our New Dog Adopting a pet is a very exciting event for children, but it also brings serious responsibility. In this book, children can read about Miranda and her brother Mark, who adopt a scruffy puppy named Duke. During the first few weeks, they discover the joys of feeding, training, walking, veterinary care, and of course, playing with the newest member of their family! The book also includes some dog-related activities that children and their parents can do together, and practical guidelines from a veterinarian.