Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Lily's 4th Birthday Review and Giveaway - Soggy Doggy's Friends

It's the third day of Lily's birthday Reviews and Giveaways and today we have a toy that Lily has fallen in love with. 

Soggy Doggy's Friends by John Adams Toys.

Lily loves dogs, though is a little unsure of real ones just yet. Lily has seen the Soggy Doggy's Friends advert on the Tv and each time she does she always says "aww I want that". So when John Adams Toys offered me Soggy Doggy to review I was very interested in doing so.

As soon as Lily saw it she was so excited and said "awww sooooo cute!". Lily is so kind and caring and so she couldn't wait to start taking care of her Soggy Doggy.

Soggy Doggy is originally a character from a table top game and so the friends range is the doggy alone to play with. There is Dizzy and Daisy and they both come displayed in a open box so then you can have a feel of his textured body.



We was sent Dizzy who comes with a red collar and lead.

He is so cute, I love his little tongue that sticks out and his adorable puppy dog eyes.

The texture of Soggy Doggy is quite strange and at first Lily went urghh as she touched it but she soon got used to the feel of it and learnt to love it.



Soggy Doggy needs 3 AAA batteries and these are placed on the bottom of him. You will need a screwdriver to be able to open and place in the batteries.

On the bottom there are also 2 little feet which means that your soggy doggy is able to walk.

After we popped in some batteries and turned him on he started to bark. To activate his walking you need to press the button which is on his back, then he will walk in a wiggling sort of manner. Lily was delighted and squealed in excitement. She grabbed hold of his lead and started to walk with him around the house.
He actually moves quite fast which I think is great because it means that your child never has to start dragging the toy along.

Even as an adult I think that soggy doggy is very cute and I was enjoying watching Lily walking around with him.

Soggy Doggy also sleeps and makes a snoring sound as he does. He also loves cuddles, which Lily loves to provide for him.



I am really pleased with the Soggy Doggy Friend and if your child loves dogs then it really is something that they would love.

Soggy Doggy retails at £14.99 and is aimed for children 4+

Head to the John Adams website to find out more about Soggy Doggy's Friends

To celebrate Lily's 4th Birthday, John Adams has kindly offered me a Soggy Doggy Friend for someone to win.

Enter on the Gleam app below for your chance to win.

Head to my other competitions to see more of Lily's 4th Birthday giveaways.


Win a Soggy Doggy

74 comments:

  1. Awe this is so cute. And on my daughters Christmas list.

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  2. My granddaughter is doggy mad, she has even changed the song baby shark, she cals herself doggy shark! I must get this for her for xmas!

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  3. Would name him biscuits

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  4. Aww this would be amazing for my son, he would name him 'Doggy' lol :)

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  5. My granddaughter would love this

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  6. My daughter would name him and it would probably be blossom or doggy

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  7. My granddaughter is not (yet) that imaginative with names and would probably name him Bob or Henry after dogs that she knows.

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  8. Oh what a cute doggy! My neice would love this! If I could choose its name, it would have to be shaggy!

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  9. My God-Daughter would name it Hudson after my older dog as she adores him.

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  10. I would call him simba

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  11. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  12. We'd name him Sam the Soggy Doggy x

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  13. my son says fifi i dont know why lol but i will go with that!

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  14. Digger - he looks a bit of a scamp

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  15. Would name him edgar !

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  16. This is a really cute toy! I’d name mine Mr Squiggles

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  17. I think that Hugo suits him very well, a real cutie

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  18. My son said he would call him Bob :)

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  19. I'd call him Spike my grandson would love this thanks for the chance

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  20. I would call him biscuits

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  21. He looks cute. Would be happy to give him a home

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  22. Brises - love my ancient female names from Homer!!

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  23. I quite like the name Soggy so I think I would stick with that.

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  24. id call him walt, just like the name

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  25. Ian (don't ask me... ask my daughter lol)

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  26. Scamp the Soggy Dog.

    Rachel Craig

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  27. Rex. Something simple & easy for my granddaughter to remember

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  28. My granddaughter says Fred

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