I’ll tell you, and it will probably be terrible. But if you have a small budget and an idea for doing a puppet with a few hundred pounds of stuffing, then I have just the toy for you. The first toy for sale is from the ’70s toy company, who came up with a line of “Tiny Tuna” dolls in the late seventies, and their name is the source of the name “Puppy”. They had a cartoon dog with a ball toy that he could turn into his mouth. The toy was so popular that “Puppy” became one of the most popular names in the company’s catalog: the company never actually produced the toy, and it is hard to find, though a couple of the images for the “Puppy” toys are now on eBay. It was a big hit with kids, but it was not well received by critics. They said it looked like a doll with no head, and that its head belonged in its mouth.
It took a couple of years before the toy was officially licensed to the show “Puppy” by “The Toys of Toyland” in the ’80s and ’90s, the first time the toy had any commercial success. The line was discontinued in 1995 and later re-released in the early 2000s as a toy for adults, under the Adult Toy label
And the reason is that there is a big difference between your dog, a tiny toy dog with a ball, and an animal like a dog toy. It has a body, and it can walk. (But there’s no brain, it just runs.) Your dog, to the average adult, may be no bigger than a small puppy, and it may have an extremely low level of intelligence (not that I’ve ever met any dog owners who would say that is necessarily a bad thing). But at the end of the day a toy does not have to be a dog with a high intelligence level to be interesting. If the toy has a head and a lot of teeth, it’s a toy. If it’s a tiny dog-looking toy with a ball, that’s something else.
This toy was created by John L. Smith, inventor of the “Pixie” doll. He came up with the idea for his puppet at Christmas in 1947 in Germany, and he sold it in his home country that same year to a company called “The Kuzma Brothers”. The name comes from the German words for “the Little Golden Girl
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