Puppy Dog Pals Toy Collection Review

We were gifted these toys for the purpose of this review and paid for our time. All opinions are honest and our own.

Puppy Dog Pals is a cute little cartoon made by Disney and my children just love the cute dogs and adventures that they go on! They were so excited to receive a little bundle of Puppy Dog Pal toys in the post and share them with you!

First of all we had the Light Up Pals On A Mission Figure Set. There are four to collect and they light up at the press of a button and this one came with a cool spinner – the children all fought over who was going to play with this one and Little Boy loved it so much he tried to take it into the bath with him! (Definitely not bath safe!) Luckily he was able to be separated from it for a while and now he’s back to flying it around the house!

Next up was the Surprise Action Figure – we got Bingo the Pug and the girls were delighted with him! He really walks and talks and is so much fun! You just press his back and he will walk and talk and you can hear over 10 sounds and phrases from the show.

Lastly was the super cute Pet and Talk Plush Pal. Again we got Bingo and he is lovely and soft and if you press his back he will talk and bob his head! He also has 10 sounds and phrases from the show for your little one to enjoy!

The children were delighted with all of the toys and what really impressed me was that there was something for everyone – a toy that you can race around with and pretend to fly, a toy you can snuggle up with and a toy that you can sit and play with and interact with. They all worked straight out of the box as they have batteries included (a lifesaver when you have children who can’t wait to play with the toys!) and they were all really simple to use which was lovely too.

I know that my kids will spend ages playing with these toys this summer – who doesn’t love to receive toys of their favourite TV characters!

These toys range in price from £9.99 to £14.99 so they are very reasonably priced too and are available from all good toy stores including (affiliate link) Amazon, Smyths and The Toy Shop.

You are also invited to join in with the Twitter Party which is taking place on the 15th August 2018 between 1-3pm. Join in with the hashtag #PuppyDogPalsToys




  1. August 11, 2018 / 2:16 pm

    Honestly, it is cute toy, you got there , but I feel it would rather be scary to younger kids. Look at those eyes and the tongue. Are there ones with less pronounced eyes and tongue?? I was taken aback by the image. No offences, but it’s my candid observation.

    • August 19, 2018 / 5:23 pm

      I can’t see it looks scary at all, and my children certainly weren’t afraid!

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