Sunday, November 21, 2010

Smarty Ants: Wolfie.


This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and SmartyAnts.






I am excited because I'm getting to do a review with my son Nicholas.
This review I am doing is called Smarty Ants.
I revived the Smarty Ants kit which includes software and an animal to help your child read.
Move over Teddy Rupskin, hello" Wolfie".
Nicholas immediately took to the dog who talks, and sings,
and moves his head and lips. It was amazing.
Nicholas' dog "Wolfie" is a fluffy, soft puppy toy. He stands about 11 inches tall. He comes to your home with 10 songs downloaded to help your child know the alphabet, letters, sounds, and rhyming-among other things.

Nicholas named him Wolfie.

Nicholas loved his dog Wolfie so much, he took him into the bathroom with him.
Nicholas learned to sit on the POT while listening to Wolfie.

Adorable.
Something to think about for a Christmas present to someone you
love- a little someone you love.

Would you love one? Tell me why!! (below)
Official rules here.
Other information here.
But, just a few little reminders:
Sweepstakes ends at 5 PM PST on December 17, 2010
This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older.]
Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail.

163 comments:

  1. that reminds me of the Teddy Ruxpin I had when I was little... except much more adorable and educational.

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  2. How much fun is that? My son would love a little dog who talks!

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  3. So cute! This would be perfect for my son who is absolutely in love with dogs. Plus, we're working on learning the alphabet now, I know this would encourage him! Thank you!

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  4. Adorable!! I have three little boys who would think he totally rocks!

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  5. How cute! And educational to boot! I love it!

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  6. My little girl would LOVE this. We recently moved to Texas and are renting a home so no pets are allowed. Sadly she wants a puppy so bad, this would fit the bill perfectly! I mean honestly how cute is this and no creepy Teddy Ruxpin eyes (lol)...she would love it and it seems like it would be an awesome teaching tool. Love it!

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  7. I would love one for my little guy (16 months)! My older son who is now almost 19 years old had a dog that looked like this but it certainly didn't talk. :)

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  8. My little guy would really love this! He is just on the cusp of the whole vocab thing - asks what a particular word starts with and all that - its very cute, especially when he asks me and I give the right answer but he argues with me - the English language is certainly complicated!!!

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  9. This would be perfect for my niece! She is learning to read in Pre-K. :)

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  10. That is adorable. My son would love it, he is two and my daughter would steal it from him. She is 1! ha!

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  11. My son would love one. Our real dog hates him unless he dropping food from the table - it would be nice for my kiddo to be appreciated by something furry who wouldn't complain when his eyes got poked or his ball got stolen.

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  12. I would love to win this for my kids and here is why: 1)my kids love fake dogs, not real ones. 2) my kids love toys that make noise 3) my kids love driving their mom and dad crazy with talking toys...Thanks Stephanie!!!

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  13. I have two little munchkins in my family that would love this for Christmas!
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  14. Cute! My kids would love this!

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  15. How absolutely cute! The pup looks alot like our actual pup. Except that one doesn't talk. ha. My daughter would love to snuggle with one of her very own.

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  16. I had a Teddy Ruxpin and my daughter would LOVE this!

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  17. My husband teaches preschool children on the autism spectrum and this toy would be great for his classroom!

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  18. Oh, I can see my kids fighting over this dog already they'd love him so much!
    MegJill at
    he4rken at yahoo dot com

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  19. What a fun toy!! My little 5 year old just missed the kindergarten cut off but is ready to read! He wants to read so much and this would the perfect helper:) to get us going! thanks Stephanie!

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  20. What a lovely giveaway! I'd love to win this so that I could teach my 19 month old grandbaby Madison to say Grandma! I could program it to say Grandma over and over and maybe she'd stop smiling and calling me Daddy! ha! Suzie purrpage3{at]verizon[dot]net

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  21. My three year old would love that puppy! He really wants a real dog ... but one who you don't have to feed or walk or run would be FABULOUS!!! something_patriotic@hotmail.com

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  22. My son is currently learning to read, but seems to be stuck...this would be great! Besides the fact that it would terrify our real dog!

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  23. That is super cute! It reminds me of a toy my MIL gave my oldest daughter. A teapot that sang I'm a little teapot. It was hypnotizing.

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  24. My little girl covers my mouth and says "no no Mom" whenever I try to sing the ABCs. Maybe she'd let an animal teach her instead. ;-)

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  25. Oh my goodness! My three year old, AnnaLauren, would be crazy over this. She already plays teacher even though she isn't sure what to teach!

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  26. My daughter would love a talking dog! I would love one that teaches her to read!

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  27. My son Sammy is 3 and would LOVE this. He knows his abc's and I think this would be perfect for him to start learning words! I think this would be so fun and entertaining for him! And who wouldn't love this adorable dog!!! C:

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  28. Oh my two and a half year old grandson would love this.He needs a friend when he sits on the potty too.

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  29. I would love to get this for my little granddaughter that will turn 2 on Dec. 31st. Her name is Mabel and she has a real dog that looks like Wolfie.
    Happy Holidays.

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  30. My kids need this! We have a rule at our house that you can only have pets that don't poop. This would be perfect!!!

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  31. Adorable way to make learning fun! And, it must be said - I *heart* your bathroom!!!

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  32. oh my son oliver would love this... we have a real dog that looks similar.. and she is oli's best friend.. but having a dog that talks and can sleep with him would be a dream come true! Thanks for sharing

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  33. Oh my goodness, REALLY?! A singing AND talking dog who also *may* help teach my stubborn 3yo son to go potty on a 'big kid' potty?! That is just too much! I must get my hands on one of those magical toys!!!! :)

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  34. I'd love one for my niece and nephew, ages 4 and 2. They're already brilliant kids, but this will help them be even smarter.
    Denise

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  35. Would love to be able to give that to my granddaughter. Nothing is better than a cute toy that also helps them learn.

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  36. My niece would love this toy for Christmas.

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  37. My son loves dogs. When he hears one bark in the neighborhood he gets SO excited - so he would love this. mandyfarmer23 at gmail dot com.

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  38. Oh this would be so fun for my nearly 4 year old. In fact, his birthday is the day the contest ends! Anyway, he would love the dog and really benefit from the songs. I think his older sister would like it too!

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  39. I had a Teddy Ruxpin and I love love loved it!!! I'd like to pass that fascination of reading onto my babies.

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  40. I always wanted a Teddy Ruxpin! It sounds like Wolfie is even cuter. I have three little ones who would love this.

    p.s. your bathroom is so beautiful! You have the best style and I love when you share it with us. :)

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  41. My little Ruthie loves dogs! We found her asleep with our lab in the backyard one summer night. She is working hard to learn how to read with 2 big sisters and would really enjoy this fun pup! Thanks for all the wonderfulness you share! Hope you have a beautiful Thanksgiving!

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  42. my 4 yr old son would LOVE to give him a loving home. not only does he adore dogs, but it would be a great tool to help him get ready for kindergarten!

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  43. My little Bryan (he's two and a half) adores dogs. Every time he sees one he calls out, "Dog!" over and over again until we (my husband and I) acknowledge that, yes it is a dog. I have tried to convince my husband that we need to get him a real dog but, he says no. I have been searching for something exactly like this for Bryan. So that I could combine the two things he loves the most, dogs and music.

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  44. My twins would LOVE a talking dog. They are convinced that animals DO talk and are bummed that none have ever talked to THEM! :D

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  45. We are not opposed to robotic pets at our house.

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  46. My daughter loves animals! This sounds like an awesome toy!

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  47. I never had a teddy ruxpin, but my cousin did and I used to be so envious that she had a cuddly bear that could read her stories. This wolfie would be a great addition to our home. He or she would be greatly loved by my two and four year old little girls that love animals and love to learn at any chance they get. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  49. Oh I love this! It would be so fun to give to my little niece... she loves animals more than anyone else I know! I would definitely be the favorite aunt with this toy :)

    ash-baby@hotmail.com

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  50. Let's see...Why I want to win this : ) I am 28 years old & pregnant with baby number 5. I currently have 2 kids in school & my baby #3 will be starting kindergarten next August. Life around this house is a whirlwind just about 24/7. In fact if it wasn't for prayer scriptures & you fabulously spiritually uplifting blog, I would probably go cuckoo cachoo! So a little Wolfie Dog would be a great addition to our sweet family for the pure purpose of filling in the gaps of my sweet 4 year olds "getting ready for Kindergarten" education. Not to mention the fact that if it come in time for Christmas, that will be one less gift that I will have to figure out how I am going to afford...lol...NOT! Thanks for the chance : )
    philandleila(at)cox(dot)net

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  51. Awesome! My little boy can finally have the dog he has always wanted! Love this, it teaches him and I don't have to clean up after it! Heaven :)

    annieleec@yahoo.com

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  52. I would love to win this to give to my 2 adorable nephews! My children are so big now that it sometimes makes me sad. But my nephews are still young and cute and I love having them around!

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  53. oh cute! my littles would love this.

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  54. My husband does not like animals. Period. So all my beggin and pleading to get the kids a dog resulted in us having one for exactly 1 month, before my husband just couldn't take it anymore and we gave Lucky to my sister. SO winning Wolfie may be the only chance my children ever have at owning a pet. True story:(

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  55. I would love this little dog to join our family. So cute!

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  56. I love it! Teddy Ruxpin used to freak me out, so this is much cuter!

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  57. My son would love this! He has developmental delays and hoping this might help! Even if the toy was played out loud 24/7, it would be worth it to see him learning!

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  58. Our darling Brayden Loves dogs! This sensitive 5 year old has an almost 2 year old sister, Avery, that has recently taken over his beloved "Jack" dog as her favorite bedtime lovey. We thought this would be a huge problem, you see Brayden lives with an Autism spectrum disorder and an anxiety disorder that requires extra attention. We were shocked when he sadly said she could have it. Well last week the house went QUIET! Now we all know there's either trouble afoot or some miracle taking place. At any rate I went looking for the children and I found Brayden in Avery's room stroking Jack's ear through the bars of the crib. Melt my heart! I told Brayden that he could have his dog back and our sweet boy responded with, "I just needed him for a moment but,Sissy needs him all night long." Ever the logical one. I think Brayden would love a talking "wofie" dog. It would be an awesome way for out youngest boy to learn more about blessings that come from sacrifice born out of love.
    P.S. It would also be cool to him because it came from you.

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  59. I would love to give this to my 4 year old great-neice! What a fun thing.

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  60. Our e.mail is ctrfamilyforever@gmail.com

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  61. Too cute! What a fun gift to give to my twin girls.

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  62. A dog who talks, and teaches my children to rhyme at the same time. It's a win-win situation. They like it, I like it, that's great.

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  63. I have an almost 3 year old boy (with white blonde hair just like yours little guys!) Who needs to learn not only how to read but also how to use the pot!

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  64. My three year old grandson still does not talk. They are just finding out that he has autisum. I can imagine a toy like this would help him to respond by learning to talk. It would be a blessing.

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  65. Sounds like a great toy, my son would love one!

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  66. I've looked at this website and thought it would be fun! I know my 3 year old would LOVE it!!

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  67. I think having a child who loves to learn is sooo important and if you can get a child to learn while playing is such greatness! Glad Nick Likes his Wolfie!!

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  68. What a cool wolf! My kiddos would adore that thing. Ben, my eldest is 9 (Down syndrome/autism), but is fascinated with animated stuffed things. The last one was an orange Halloween monster that sang the old Sesame Street "Mah-na-ma-na" song. His teachers loved that thing, let me tell ya.

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  69. My son would love this! We can't get a dog right now so this would be perfect:)

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  70. My 4 year old is getting ready for kindergarten next year. I have been searching for ways to help him learn his alphabet, sounds, numbers and all the basic kindergarten stuff...that would be PERFECT for him

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  71. My four year old would LOVE a Wolfie! Nicholas looks sooo cute on the pot. :)

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  72. I would love to give this gift for my 6 year old nephew. He is my Godson and I love him dearly. I remember my sister, when she was single and I lived in Los Angeles, would drive down 6 hours to visit us just to see my son's face. She would bring him gifts and I always appreciated her love for him. I want to share that kindness right back toward my nephew Marcus. =)

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  73. My little guy would love a little doggy of his own that would talk to him! I love educational toys! The two go hand in hand.

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  74. My son would like a baby...a real one. Since this isn't going to happen, :( , I'm sure a talking dog would make a great replacement. Love it!

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  75. Hi Nie! How fun for you to have this oportunity! My son LOVES "woofs" and I think he would LOVE this learning tool. I LOVE being a Mom and watching him grow & learn :)

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  76. You said Nicholas named it "Wolfie", what is the real name of the dog? My children BEG for a dog every day and I am having my fifth child and can not do the dog thing and baby thing at the same time! Sounds like a pretty awesome toy!

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  77. would it be wrong to say that seeing Nicholas with Wolfie in the potty inspired me?! I need something for my (almost) three year old son to do while potty training - which can sometimes include long stints... sitting and waiting.

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  78. My kids would love this dog. What fun and a great teaching help.

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  79. I still have my Teddy Ruxpin. I saved it for the babies. =]

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  80. So very cute!! My two littles would love one of these. It even meets the requirement of my son that his stuffed animals sit like the real animal does. No stuffies sitting up with arms open allowed for him because "that is not really how an animal is, Mom!"

    Love the potty pic!!

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  81. so cute. i think this would be perfect for my nephew, hes a late speaker and has a love for all things dogs

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  82. As a dog, child, and book lover, I consider this the best thing ever! I'd love to have this around for my nephew and soon to be nieces. Very cool! :)

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  83. My son keeps asking us for a puppy, I think mainly because he wants the puppy to clean up after his spills. Ill take a puppy/dog that will help him read instead!

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  84. I would love to hear his voice, but more than that I would love to have my niece, Mary, who is very shy, hear his voice. How awesome would that be?

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  85. my 2 little boys would love this and it also might be the closest thing they would get to having a "real" dog!!

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  86. SO SO in love with this!! My little 4 year old would be in HEAVEN with a "real" talking friend!! Here is to hoping for a surprise Christmas gift!

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  87. I don't need one (my boy is in college) but I had to say how much I love your bathroom. Love it! Plus Nicholas and Wolfie add a serious cute factor.

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  88. My little guy needs to learn how to go potty...maybe a doggie can help him too!

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  89. My three-year-old would LOVE this! I hope he wins!

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  90. It would be appreciated at our house. We have a 5 year old and 3 year old that would love it!!

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  91. My 3 year old son would love this! Maybe he would learn to sit on the potty like Nicholas did. *fingers crossed* But all my children love talking toys so this would probably become a well loved and played with new 'pet'.

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  92. How funny...my son was watching Martha Speaks, a cartoon on PBS, and was saying "Mom, dogs don't really talk." What a kick it would be to win "Wolfie" a little dog who speaks!

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  93. Learning the alphabet would be great. The more pressing question: Will Wolfie help motivate my child to sit on the potty too? If so she needs him, and so do I. . .

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  94. Who knew there was something so cute out there! Teddy Ruxpin nothing, I had the Cricket doll when I was little!
    My four year old would love this, he isn't so much into me trying to teach him. And maybe it would encourage my 2 year old who refuses to talk to try a few words!

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  95. My biggest little would love that dog. And who doesn't love a toy that teaches?

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  96. I would love this for my kids! I'm sure they would be in heaven with a toy as cool as that!

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  97. My son would love this dog! We have been working on potty training for (I am embarrassed to say) 8 months. He doesn't want to do it! Seeing Nicholas sitting on the pot listening to his talking dog made me think that maybe a talking dog would motivate my son. Right now I use a sock puppet to talk to him and encourage him and it is obviously not working! Please pick me!!!!!!

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  98. Finn would LOVE a furry little friend to help him get ready for school!

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  99. My 2 year old son would LOVE this dog. He loves anything dog. That was his first word and it's what he called his baby brother! I love that it's so educational too, I'm just trying to start teaching him all of that.

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  100. I would love that for my little boy who just turned. He struggles with sitting down to learn and loves dogs.

    WL underscore JP at hotmail dot com

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  101. I would LOVE to win this dog. My little boy would go wolfie over it.

    moodykelly at gmail dot com

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  102. I'd love it for my 17month old boy....but can't enter because we're from (and live in) the UK :(

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  103. What a wonderful toy. My grandson would LOVE it (and my dd would love the help with getting him to relax and thus getting potty trained). LOL

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  104. That would be a great thing for my son.. He is terrified of dogs.. hopefully he would warm up to them if he had one that talked and sang to him!!

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  105. I LOVED Teddy Ruxpin as a kid and I am sure my kids would love a dog like this just as much.

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  106. I would love one of these because I have 7 kiddos, we home school, and I have not done a good job working consistently with my little guys(Sterling 4yr. and Aidan 3yr.) Plus I talk about you all the time, they would think this is great coming from you:)

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  107. My 3 year old daughter would love that!

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  108. Love momof8's comment! She said...

    My kids need this! We have a rule at our house that you can only have pets that don't poop. This would be perfect!!!

    The rule at my house is that they don't breathe!!! hahaha I may amend that rule to include no pooping!

    Do I rally need a reason to want such an adorable puppy? OK, OK... my niece would love it!

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  109. I would love to have one for my book nook at school!

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  110. I would love for that dog to potty train my very strong- willed 2 year old;)

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  111. Hmm...do you think if I won, my nearly three-year-old son would finally learn to use the potty too? I'm crossing my fingers!
    llwaltz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. I would love to win this for my little two year old so he'll learn to sit on the pot too. That would be an amazing Christmas miracle!

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  113. A dog with a smart noggin...what's not to love. And with 3 little boys running around our house, I'm quite fond of things of things with "on/off" switches. Now, if I could just figure out how to install 3 more...;-).

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  114. it's so cute that it's a dog

    karinaroselee at gmail dot com

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  115. Wow a "Wolfie" of our very own would be magnificent. My 5 year old son would probably bring him along everywhere. It sure would make our morning commute to school fun. Thanks
    vanessa.cruz@gmail.com

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  116. I would love to win for my new grand baby
    I know my grand daughter would have a real fun time playing with her while she was learning.
    marybut2@yahoo.com

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  117. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/marybug2/status/9064897065254912
    marybug2 at yahoo.com

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  118. I would love one for my daughters!
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  119. tweeted: http://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/9073102960984064
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  120. I think this is such a great idea for my little boy. He is asking for a puppy that can talk for Christmas and what a great idea that this one can not only talk, but is educational and can help my little one learn to read! Thanks for sharing Nie! Kayjarrett@hotmail.com

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  121. My daughter home schools. this would be a great addition.

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  122. http://twitter.com/sodahoney/status/9133362715303936

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  123. This is pretty cute! I have a child learning to read, a child soon to be learning to read and a child soon to be potty trained. It would sure get used around here. (-:

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  124. I would love one for my daughter.

    She is special needs and is having a hard time reading. This would be something visual to help her. She's struggling in school and needs a little something extra to make her have some confidence in learning.

    Glad Nicholas is enjoying it, even on the pot. :-)

    Molly

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  125. This is so cute and cuddly looking! My niece would love it!

    melduke26 at gmail dot com

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  126. I am a pediatric nurse at Children's Hospital Oakland. I have an adorable little patient with aplastic anemia. He is hospitalized all the time with bleeding and life threatening infections. This little 6 year old boy cannot go to school because he has no immune system. He LOVES dogs, but is advised not to have a real one due to his low white blood cell count. He would absolutely love to have this educational puppy to help pass the time in the hospital and maybe assist him in catching up academically. His mom is raising him alone, and trying to go to school herself in order to better their financial situation. Please consider my little guy! He is very special!

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  127. Gee, after reading Diane's comment above i think she should get the puppy for her patient. But seeing it is a random draw i'll post, too.

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  128. How darling! My sweet little boy would really dig this, as he loves our real doggie, Sophie, more than anything!!

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  129. I know my 6 year old would love to have one of these, especially since we recently lost our family dog (and I don't intend to get a new one)
    ape2016(at)aol(dot)com

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  130. Because it would be beneficial to my niece whose learning to read and singing the alphabets.

    sam94son05(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  131. Tweeted - http://twitter.com/Naddez/status/10547285725282304

    sam94son05(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  132. my niece would love this for christmas

    molliemam87 at gmail dot com

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  133. tweeted here

    http://twitter.com/#!/molliemam87/status/10805203448102912

    molliemam87 at gmail dot com

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  134. My 3 year-old daughter would absolutely LOVE this, since it's small enough not to knock her over the way Nema's (grandma's) real wolves do! She is such an independent little soul and keeps herself entertained while brothers and sister are at school. What a sweet, little companion this would make for her!

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  135. Yes, I would love one because it's so adorable.

    MCantu1019@aol.com

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  136. HILARIOUS! I GOT A PICTURE LIKE THAT FROM A COUPLE YEARS AGO- QUIT EMBARRASSING ACTUALLY. WOULD LOVE TO GIVE THIS TO MY COUSIN WHO IS A NEW MOTHER! THANKS FOR THE OPPORTUNITY! kytah00@yahoo.com

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  137. 2ND ENTRY TWITTER twitter.com/#!/kytah00/status/12344460323061763 kytah00@yahoo.com

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  139. At age 6, my son still does not sing, which breaks my musical-mother heart a bit. But just yesterday I heard him mumbling a bit about "Jingle bells" and it made my night! With repetition he is learning the words! If singing and learning came from a beautiful dog (oh, happy day) he would love it. His favorite toy of the past 3 years is a tiny fox named Kit. Send us a Wolfie to live with Kit! :) kpearson4hd@gmail.com

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  140. What a great gift that would be for my 4 1/2 year old. Thank goodness it's not creepy like Teddy Ruxpin was. I think my daughter would have been scared to death of that thing!

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  141. I just love it and I know my daughter would enjoy it. Plus anything that makes teaching reading easier is totally worth it.
    rmartinclarke at gmail dot com

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  142. The kids would love a dog that talks - so much fun!

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  143. Because it can be used as a teaching/learning too for my daughter
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  144. tweet
    http://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/13107954773393409
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  145. He would be loved at our house as he looks like my sisters Huskies, maybe he would be named after one of them.

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  146. I would really love to try this for my daughter she is in kindergarden now and is struggling with her letters and is in speech therapy, she was born early with lots of complications and is a little behind the rest of her class. This would be so helpful for her.
    sweokgrl@gmail.com

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  147. My tweet
    sweokgrl@gmail.com
    http://twitter.com/bdiane34/status/13522710273462272

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  148. Would love to see this in action with my son!

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  149. Cute! I have a two-going-on-three year old that would undoubtedly love this.

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  150. This would be perfect for our nephew!

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  151. I would love to win the toy portion for my niece and the GC for myself!
    Angie
    one 4 earth at aol dot com

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  152. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/FotoMacro/status/14712096864346114
    Angie
    one 4 earth at aol dot com

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  153. If I won this, I would donate it to Toys 4 Tots. I would use the gift card to buy something for my wife.
    Scott
    nynekats at aol dot com

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  154. my tweet http://twitter.com/#!/RePurrPussed/status/14728667494092801
    Scott
    nynekats at aol dot com

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  155. This is adorable, and my niece would love it.
    ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

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  156. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/lunaj1456/status/14871616647331843

    ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

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  157. I would love to give this to my cousin's little kinds.

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  158. Tweeted

    http://twitter.com/jillyrh/status/14937539945177088

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  159. I have a friend who's been struggling trying to teach her little one to read, this would be perfect for them, I think. I'd love to win and give them to them :)

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  160. I tweeted http://twitter.com/simplydab/status/15479968549048320

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