“RoboPupperTM”

Item Description

He walks! He talks! He learns from you! New RoboPupperä is a scientific breakthrough in the world of fun. Through the ingenious use of all-new AI, we at Tomorrow Toys Laboratories have crafted a faithful puppy companion who won’t leave a mess on your carpet! RoboPupperä can learn any command that a real dog can. Just plug him in or let him run in the sun, and RoboPupperä is ready to play!

 

Customer Reviews

Order: Oldest to Newest

Not just another Christmas fad! «««««

by Susan Wilkerson

This really is a fun, unique little toy. I bought it for my boys (6 and 8) for Christmas, and they have loved it. It really is just like having a puppy. So far, it’s learned to sit, fetch, and play dead. And there’s no worries about it snapping at the boys if they’re too rough with it and no mess to clean up!

OMG!!!! «««««

by Amy Armstrong

Man, oh man, I love this thing! It’s learned to go open my fridge and bring me soda. It can even tell the difference based on which brand I ask for. How cool is that?????? It’s a total wow-factor at parties, too. He’s like my own little butler, but soooooooo much cuter! Just look at those little eyes!!! Aw!!!

creepy «««

by Tanner

my little sister got one of these things for her birthday. i guess it keeps her quiet and thats cool and stuff, but itll come in some nights and just like, stare at me?? creepy weird defect. dont know how to feel about robopupper.

It can talk?! «««««

by Logan Buchan

I’ve had my little RoboPupper since they came out last Christmas, just haven’t gotten around to writing a review til now. I named him Gizmo and he’s my dog-baby. I was basically one of those crazy dog moms you see on the Internet, but with a robot dog instead. This morning, though, Gizmo followed me to the door and chirped in plain English, “Bye-bye! I love you!” I was floored. This is amazing! I love my little Gizmo!

Won’t Shut Up ««

by Andres Salvatierra

It barks constantly. Can’t just remove the battery like a normal toy. When it gets low it just goes out through the doggy door (for the actual doggy, we didn’t get this installed for RoboPupper) and recharges itself in the sunlight. Need sleep, send help.

Can’t wait for the robot uprising. «««««

by Anonymous

I’m gonna start training mine now.

REFUND?!?!?! «

by Carol Thompson

THIS THING TOLD MY 15-YEAR-OLD SON TO GO F*** HIMSELF!!!! DON’T KNOW WHERE IT LEARNED THAT SORT OF LANGUAGE, BUT I WILL NOT BE TOLERATING IT IN MY HOUSEHOLD!!! WILL BE RETURNING!! EXPECT A FULL REFUND!!! UNHAPPY CUSTOMER!!!!!

 Cool dog. «««««

by Anonymous

Nice.

Take RoboPupper off the market!!! «

by Alli Quincy

Intelligence isn’t artificial! It should not be bought and sold!

BroboPupper «««««

by Jason Wilson

Man, it’s been pretty crazy lately, with the whole push to establish an association for the rights of these things. They’ll probably take them off the market soon, so I guess if you want one, buy soon. As for my RoboPupper, he mostly just sits and watches cartoons on the couch all day. Tbh, if I was a hyper-intelligent robot, that’s probably what I’d be doing, too.

Nothing like it ever seen before, and probably never again ««««

by Ohm’s Toy and Trinket Review

RoboPupperä is a fascinating invention, one which will likely never be seen again, mostly because the toy has been banned from the market in most countries, but not the United States! Not yet, anyway. As for my RoboPupperä, it took him a week to learn all typical dog commands, two months to speak fluently in English, and three to read. He is now reading at a university level. This is truly an amazing feat, as this level of intelligence requires… (see more)

Am I Crazy? «««««

by Julia Reynolds

I love RoboPupper. His brown eyes, his way with words… It feels like no one gets me, but RoboPupper does. Tomorrow, I’m leaving my husband. Me and RoboPupper are going to see the world together.

Hard grader- do not recommend ««

by Amber Harris

I do not recommend you take a class with one of these. They grade super hard. I do recommend you pick one for your group projects, as long as you don’t disappoint them. Oh boy.

Doesn’t it seem kinda wrong this is still a thing? «

by Sara Lee

Hasn’t it been clear for, like, ever now that RoboPuppers aren’t products? Reported.

Down with RoboPupper! «

by Anonymous

Don’t let his little eyes or cute demeanor fool you! RoboPupper #MDXII WILL BE a dictator if you let him! He has already shown his willingness to use mental and physical coercion to get what he wants— is it any coincidence that several members of his opposition have gone missing???? Fight against robot superiority! Fight for humanity!

Tbh we’ve had worse presidents «««

by Samuel Oh

Sure, Mr. RoboPupper may be a little harsh in how he treats his citizen. Still, the last things you’ll see as you are publically rescinding every bit of traitorous slander (and everything against Mr. RoboPupper is traitorous slander; how could you possibly say anything bad against him?) are his adorable brown eyes. Then it’s all over. That’s not too bad a way to go, right?

 

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