Bandai Rescue Runts Spaniel Puppy - Review & Giveaway




Ever since the kids were old enough to interact with animals, we've shown them how to treat animals with love and respect, which is something that I think all children should learn from a young age. Over the years they've inherited our affinity to animals, and I love it. I hope it's a trait that will follow them throughout childhood and beyond.

I was delighted when I heard the news that a Rescue Runt was on it's way to us because they looked like the ideal toys for my two little animal lovers. 
We didn’t know which puppy we'd be receiving and was delighted when we opened the box to discover a spaniel. There's also a husky, dalmatian and german shepard in series 1. I think we might need to adopt them all.


Rescue Runts are adorable, plush puppies, who need some TLC and a forever home. When we took our pup out the box it was evident that he needed our help, love, and care and that is just what he got from the kids. They used the grooming kit which is included, to nurture him back to health. They wiped away his tears with the small cloth, picked the fleas out of his fur with the tweezers, cleaned the mud off his paws and combed his hair out with the comb. They were in their element.


The kids also removed the bandage from his leg, perked up his ears up and made him smile. We then lovingly named him Coco, and we wrote his name on his collar. They've been taking such good care of their pup for the past couple of days, brushing his fur again when it gets messy again, recleaning his paws, and smothering him in plenty of kisses. It's great that they are able to redo this over and over.


At first glance, Rescue Runts may just look like a standard cuddly toy, but they are so much more than that. They are an engaging role play toy, one which encourages children to show compassion and empathy towards animals. What more could a parent ask for in a toy?

Each Rescue Runt comes with
a brush, a cloth, a collar, a bandage, a pair of tweezers and 6 coloured fleas. They are suitable for children from 3 years of age, retail at £17.99, and are available to buy now online and at Smyths Toys
How would you like to win a Rescue Runt for your little one? To enter simply use the Gleam form below! Good luck and don't forget to enter my other competitions.

Bandai Rescue Runt Toy

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1. There will be 1 winner who win the prize mentioned above (style will vary)
2. Winners details sent to the PR to arrange the prize. 
3. Competition ends 23/12/18.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only

58 comments:

  1. Husky - perfect for my NEICE as they have a real husky too

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  2. I like husky

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  3. They're so cute 😍 I'd quite like to see a toy rescue chicken. My son & his wife have had lots of rescued battery hens over the years. It would very much develop compassion, & an egg-laying toy would be very educational 😊

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  4. All gorgeous but our little one would choose the husky.

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  5. German Shepherd is lovely - what a great fun idea teaching kids how to care for animals, great idea!

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  6. I cant see his name but I like the one with the patch over his eye

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  7. I love the husky for my daughter :)

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  8. The spaniel as that's what we have as a pet dog

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  9. They are all gorgeous but I think maybe the husky is my favourite - I HAVE to get one of these for my granddaughter as her mum runs their home as a pet rescue centre (Barney's Lifeline on FB) so I know she'd love her own pet to look after too :-)

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  10. I like the grey Husky one, he looks so sweet.

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  11. Love the husky,what a fab gift.

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  12. Love the grey and white husky thanks for the chance

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  13. gotta be the husky as my daughter absolutely adores them

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  14. I love the black and white one. My grandaughter would adore him!

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  15. I like the husky best of all, but they are all very cute x

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  16. the German Shepard - very cute! thanks for the chance

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  17. My favourite is the Spaniel like Ava has!

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  18. Love the grey and white husky pup

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  19. Aw the Husky but they are all so adorable.

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  20. The German shepard

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