Review: Veterinarian Role Play Costume

December 30, 2009 at 11:51 am 2 comments

 

Care of your pets, large and small, will be in capable hands when your little vet is suited up in a machine-washable blue jacket, facemask and surgical cap. A stethoscope with sound effect, a syringe, a bandage and a name tag for personalizing complete this set. A little plush puppy patient to “doctor” and love is included.

Children just adore animals and now your child can feel like a real vet with this realistic role play costume with accessories! You’ve seen the poorly made dress up outfits on the market, material so thin you wonder how they managed to sew it together. Well, don’t worry because this jacket is made to last!

Once your child is wearing the jacket, remember to fill out the name badge. Now “The Doctor Is In!” He will love the stethoscope that has a beating heart sound effect. Imagine the fun he’ll have checking the heart health of his favorite stuffed animals!

Oh no! Does the included puppy have a boo boo? Your little vet can fix it! Put on the facemask and surgical cap, use the syringe and then bandage that boo boo! His new favorite stuffed animal will be better in no time!

There is so much play value in this set it’s impossible to run out of new ways to play with it! What we really love about our Veterinarian Role Play Costume is the fact that even though the quality is so good AND it comes with so many accessories, the price is ONLY $29.99!

Dimensions: 17.5″ x 24″ x 0.75″ Packaged

For Ages 3 Years and Up.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dannie  |  January 7, 2010 at 11:31 pm

    This is so cute. I can really imagine kids having a grand old time with this costume. The added accesories means that they will be able to ‘imagine up’ so much more fun.

    Reply
  • 2. Jennifer @ J. Leigh Designz  |  January 4, 2010 at 10:11 pm

    This is cute!

    Reply

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