Taggies Buddy Dog

The Taggies Buddy dog will make your family complete, he is a cuddly 12" dog with a lopsided grin and floppy brown ears, made out of the softest microfiber around! This Taggies stuffed dog is so cute and cuddly that you will enjoy them as much as your little one. Like all Taggies, Buddy dog comes with patented looped ribbon tags that babies love to explore, which only adds to the love and fun.

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The Taggies Buddy dog will make your family complete, he is a cuddly 12" dog with a lopsided grin and floppy brown ears, made out of the softest microfiber around! This Taggies stuffed dog is so cute and cuddly that you will enjoy them as much as your little one. Like all Taggies, Buddy dog comes with patented looped ribbon tags that babies love to explore, which only adds to the love and fun.

Features:

  • Suitable from birth
  • Machine wash, cold water gentle cycle, air dry
  • All new materials polyester fibres
 
 

What are Taggies™?

Taggies was born when a mom noticed her child’s fascination with satin tags. Her observation blossomed into a world of favorite and beloved products. Rubbing Taggies soft, textured tags can provide the tactile stimulation that all babies crave for development while having an amazing calming effect on babies of all ages.

Why Tags?

Babies are inherently attracted to tags. They crave sensory experiences from birth because they learn primarily through their senses. Stimulating the senses sets the stage for learning as well as physical, emotional, and social development, so it's vital that parents satisfy that need. Taggies adorable satin tags don’t just look cute – they satisfy the need for tactile stimulation.

Child Development author and expert, Jackie Silberg, on Exploring texture with infants: “Babies need a variety of tactile experiences to become familiar with their world. An infant spends the majority of his first year of life learning through these tactile experiences. Babies need touching experiences to “grow” the brain and “grow” the body. It is as critical as nutrients and vitamins. Exploring texture is something that babies love to do. You can use silky cloth, materials that are fuzzy, smooth, and furry.” – Jackie Silberg, Child Development Author and Expert

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