What did our mum’s think to Doc McStuffins?
This summer, Doc McStuffins is turning her attention to healing toy animals as she puts on her new look paw print scrubs and introduces pet toys to the patient list.
This means the introduction of lots of new toys, so we gave some of our mums a sneaky peak at the new Pet Vet Bag Playset.
The Gingerbread House is just one of the bloggers who took a look at this new playset and here is what she thought:
We’ve been really lucky to be sent some lovely toys to review over the school holidays. As I’ve mentioned before, my 3 year old loves to dress up and Doc McStuffins is one of her favourites. She received the product the Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Bag Playset from Flair.
Whilst we all know that Doc McStuffins loves to fix her toys we are looking forward to the new episodes as she looks after her stuffed pets too! Yep, she’s expanding her practice with her Pet Vet Clinic which means the The Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Bag Playset is one of the first tie-in toys. It should be available later this month from Amazon and all good toy shops.
Similar to the Doc McStuffins Eye Doctor Bag Playset we reviewed earlier this year, the Pet Vet Bag Playset contains a Vet Bag, a brush, a comb, scissors, otoscope (for checking ears!), magnifying glass, tongue depressor, stickers and a light up pet tag – everything you need to give your pets a check up. It is recommended for children aged 3+ and Little Sis is the perfect age.
The Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Bag Playset features different colours to some of our other Doc McStuffins toys. Perhaps this is intentional to appeal to a wider audience of children, it certainly meant that my son has been seen playing with them too.
It is a great playset, perfect for role playing fun, teaching children the importance of looking after their real life furry friends too, and a great addition to our Doc McStuffins toys. I love the fact everything fits in the vet bag so it can be stored away when not in use.
To see what some of our other bloggers thought, see the links below: