FurReal Biscuit My Lovin' Pup

Walmart # 070009165

FurReal Biscuit My Lovin' Pup

Walmart # 070009165
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Playtime is going to the dogs and this playful pooch is leading the charge! The lovable mutt features voice recognition, obeying six commands, including, Sit!, Speak!, and Lie down! Tell your furry friend to give you his paw and hell raise his right or left paw! Ask him if he wants a treat, and hell nod and whimper to let you know hes ready for his dog bone! BISCUIT MY LOVIN PUP pet will even shake at your command, lifting his paw to your handor sit up and beg just like a real pup! Feed him his dog bone and hell sniff it before chomping away on it. Moving his head and ears and even blinking his eyes, this sweet sidekick is sure to become your new best friend. BISCUIT MY LOVIN PUP pet wags his tail and barks, too, to let you know hes ready to play! Use the special adoption certificate to register your pet online and ensure that you and this adorable pup will be friends forever!

About This Item

  • Incredibly lifelike pup responds to your voice with realistic motions and playful puppy sounds! 
  • Pup pet comes with collar, tag, brush, dog “bone” and adoption certificate. 
  • Ages 5 and up. 
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Decent Dog

This is one of the neatest toys out this year. My children want a dog but I can't have on where we live and they fell in love with this one. The only down side is that it uses 6 D batteries and can run down really fast. I love the sensors on this dog becaause it acts like a real do would when you scratch by his ears. It's cute and fun....worth the price? I'm not sure. Just make sure to turn the dog off when you are done playing otherwise you run the batteries down faster and the dog will scare you half to death when it barks when you aren't expecting it.


We bought this toy in place of a real dog as we cannot have dogs where we live and my two year old as been glued to it since we bought it. I have found myself on the floor playing as well!!!!! This toy is wonderful.

fun but expensive

Overall - cute, as described, and expensive. I knew the price (obviously) but chose to get it anyway. It would be worth $75, but $150 is a little steep. I bought this because it was the "big" Christmas gift for my daughter (9). She loves it. Good for her but but probably not for much older kids. We have been considering buying a real dog but we're not ready so this was a fun idea for my daughter instead. The noises are realistic (with some mechanical sound). It does several basic commands - sit up, shake, lay, etc. When left alone for a few minutes it makes noise to let you know it wants attention. when you make a noise nearby it looks in your direction, and it "sees" when you walk in front of it (has optic and noise sensors). It doesn't stand or walk. The brush and the bone are just plastic - no sensors or activators in the items themselves. Anything put in its mouth will cause a biting action so you don't have to worry about losing those pieces. She's had it for a few days so I don't know how long it will be the hot toy in our house. (PS 6 D-cell batteries required)

Biscuit the Dog

Received this dog for Christmas. Absolutely love him. We have a real Golden Retriever and she thinks Bisquit is her new friend. While he is a little pricey for a toy, Biscuit does everything he is suppose to do. I love petting his head as he makes all kinds of cute motions and noises. Would have been great to have him rechargeable instead using batteries., He is great for kids, great when you can't have a real dog and even better, for Great-Grandmas like me who are dog crazy. I just wanted him and have an understanding husband who granted my wish !!!!


My 5-year-old daughter is an avid animal lover, but after a few traumatic experiences with real dogs (illness, etc.), we decided to hold off for awhile before getting another pet. My daughter fell in love with Biscuit when she saw the box in the store and begged for him for Christmas. When she opened him and put batteries in, I was pretty underwhelmed with the overall product, and so was she. The dog responds to the commands correctly about 1 in 10 times, the rest of the time it does something different than what you ask or nothing at all. It makes very loud, robotic sounding movements so that it's really hard to get past the "machine" aspect of it. The on/off switch and battery compartment is located in between the dog's legs, which I found a little odd. It is very cute and life-sized, it's head movements when you scratch its ears are realistic and sweet, but overall, I'd say it would have been worth only about half what I paid for it ($149 Site to Store). My daughter played with it for about an hour and hasn't turned it back on since, even though it was all she could talk about for months before Christmas.


I bought Biscuit for my 4-year old son for Christmas. Since the first time he saw the commercial on TV he called Biscuit "my best friend." We can't have a real dog now, so I got him Biscuit. It was his favorite present Christmas morning. Biscuit worked. He doesn't follow all of the commands. He does use about 6-D batteries a day. But dispite these flaws he loves the toy. I do wish for the price it would walk. The mechanical sounds during movement are distracting. However, my biggest complaint is that the legs bow in after enough use. I saw the display in the store do the same thing and I was worried when I purchased the toy the the same thing would happen. In the store I chalked it up to strange kids harming the toy. At home Biscuit is well taken care of and only the grown ups carry it from room to room. No harm has befallen our Biscuit and sure enough, my fear realized, Biscuits legs bow in. So now he keeps falling over. I can't return it now because my son loves it and I'm afraid if I exchange it it would only do the same thing. I feel for the price it was somewhat a loss.

Love it!

I bought this for my daughters 8th birthday. She has been wanting it since she was 4 and i could never bring myself to pay what they want for it. I finally broke down and bought it and so happy that i did. She loves it, the way it interacts and plays its almost like having a real dog without the mess! It is a little pricey in my opinion but well worth the excitment she got out of it.

Loved It!!

We bought this for our granddaughter for Christmas we have had it out playing with it, and we all love it!! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has kids that love dogs that either can't have them or are allergic to them. It would be helpful if it came with a battery that could be recharged and a charger. Otherwise, this is a great toy, very life-like.

what a deal!!!!

our daughter wanted this, she is very scared of real animals i found it for $40.00 dollars on the clearance aisle (box not open) so we got it and that is what she plays with all the time, we could give all her toys away and she could play with just biscuit.

A Firl Favorite

My daughter Rylie wanted this and olny this for Christmas, I was able to get it on Black Friday for $50 less, it was worth it. Thus is better than my real dog. I does all the realistic stuff, and none of the messes or expenses. A very fun toy.
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