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Following on from our incredibly popular Walking Westie line, the Fancy French Bulldog is very similar but features a black coat of fur and stylish tartan bow tie. This Fancy French Bull dog comes with a lead that features two buttons, one that makes it walk forward and another that triggers its bark action. Young children looking for an interactive friend will be instantly won over by its charms, whereas adults looking for toys and presents will see the Fancy French Bull dog as a clear winner. French Fancy Bulldog Interactive toy Walks forward and yaps Controlled via lead handle Tartan bow tie Requires 4 x AA batteries Please note that this item is adapted to work with a variety of different accessible switch controllers, but does not come with a switch, as different children will have individual requirements as to the best switch for them to use. MERU stock a range of suitable switches which can be found in the 'Switches' category of our web shop.
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