Disney Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Checkup Center review

Kids tend to treat their toys as though they are living things, especially toy animals, and often even pretend that they are sick and try and nurse them back to health. It’s for this reason why the Disney Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Checkup Center will prove very popular this Holiday season.

If your child loves to pretend he or she is a vet, then the this Doc McStuffins set, which you will know is from the Disney Junior series will help them believe they are to become Future veterinarians.

There is a video review below that shows just what you get in this set, and the fun things you can do — although we will warn you, the man and woman can come across a bit annoying. Having said that, it’s good to see all the individual items, and see how they can be used.

Disney Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Checkup Center price

One such accessory is Findo the dog, who is always feeling ill, and so you will want to use some of the equipment to give him a checkup.

There are several play x-rays, which comes with lights and sounds, and a set of scales to weigh the animal. You can even give them a nice bath once the checkup is done.

    Whats in the box:

  • Doc’s pet friend Findo
  • Electronic stethoscope
  • Kid-powered EKG
  • Otoscope
  • Play thermometer
  • Brush
  • Bandage dispenser to fix boo boos
  • Pet treat dispenser

What we like about the Disney Doc McStuffins Pet Vet Checkup Center is that it has a sturdy design, and because all the pieces are big, there is no worry about a child swallowing any small pieces.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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