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My Favourite Chew Toy

  • Jan 24, 2011
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Rating:
+1
Pros: Pretty Well Built, often available at garage sales for pennies

Cons: Not a full-fledged Webkinz, and not a good chew toy for bigger dogs

The Bottom Line: These are only an offshoot of The Webkinz Line, so they don't come with online adoption or other full-fledged Webkinz type accesories. Still, it's my favorite chew toy.

  Hi! My name is Taylor! I'm Berniez40's little Cheagle  (1/2 Chihuahua 1/2 Beagle). He's watching a bunch of those football games on TV so since I can't get anyone to play Chase with me and this Wacky Zingo,  I figured I'd tell you folks about it.
  
    It's one of the lesser members of The Webkinz group of toys in the sense that it doesn't have a Web Registration Certificate, or anything else like that. That doesn't matter to me, because I only get on computers to register reviews that might get me some extra bones. For me, toys are for chewing on, burying, digging back up, and playing Chase or Tug with. These are an extra special treat for me, and I treasure them. (Especially after they've been buried about 3 days, and start to stink just right.)
 
   They come with a real soft cover that is very strongly stitched, and even the hair atop his goofy looking head is on there pretty tight. I don't have the ability to tear it off with my little Chihuahua Snout, but my brother Rowdy, the crazy Jack Russell of the family, can tear anything up. Even so, these Zingoz have managed to keep their hair and all their stitching, despite Rowdy's best efforts. Still, he manages to kill off their voice box within a couple of weeks, so he doesn't get to play with my Zingoz anymore.

   They speak in a high pitched voice, and when you bite them or squeeze them just right with your paws. they say:
 
  "Wacky Zingoz."
   "Shake That Thing"
   "Zingoz Man"
   "Uh-Oh!"         and
  " That Tickles". 

   Peresonally, I just like the soft texture and the high pitched voice. My Pawpa says they have some sort of internet game that comes with them where the Big Zangoz bat the Wacky Zingoz across a playing field. I'm not sure if that's of interest to too many folks, and as a little dog, personally, I could care less. Even so, I guess they had to give up something if you don't get to adopt one of these on The Web. Personally, I like adopting them to my back yard, and then hiding them under Pawpa's covers. It's funny to watch him jump when he sits down, and out of nowhere a high pitched voice says "Uh-oh!"   Real Webkinz fans might be disappointed, and that's a shame because these are really great chew toys.

   

Recommended:
Yes

Amount Paid (US$): 5.00
Type of Toy: Other
Age Range of Child: 3 to 5 Years

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A soft, fun plush that talks! Squeeze Wacky to hear six of his best lines! Wacky comes with a Feature Code to unlock Wacky Zingoz Extreme in the Arcade! It's a whole new way to play! Available in stores now! (Unlocks game only. Wacky is not a Webkinz pet.)
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