|Large Dragon Plush Stuffed Animal||17" H x 34" W x 9.5" D||3.7 lbs|
|Product Category:||Stuffed Animals|
|Special Features Options:||Animated / Character, Posable|
Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug Large Dragon Plush Stuffed Animal
Terri from California– Verified Buyer
I gave this to my granddaughter right away and she just loved it. I don't think you ever think something like this is quite worth what you pay for it, but the quality does seem good and it seems to be a well made toy.
How cool is this!
Lorrie from Oxford Mills, ON– Verified Buyer
Laura from Brookline, MA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
Great birthday gift for the 5 year old I babysit for!
hilltopchiro from Columbus, OH– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
This is a sweet toy; we bought it for our 4 year old and he loves this thing. I will say that the construction of this toy is a little less quality than the other one we ordered - the seams were ripping after about 2-3 weeks.
Highly recommended for collectors
Anthrosaurian from Hendersonville, TN– Verified Buyer
I love it. Wonderfully bright colors, and it keeps its shape nicely.
Happy Dragon Purchaser from Austin, TX– Verified Buyer
This is a really cool dragon. I bought it for my niece for her 8th birthday and she LOVED it - hasn't stopped talking about it. Highly recommend this toy...
My 10 year old Loved This!
Grammee from Southern Oregon– Verified Buyer
Obviously, this colorful dragon is not intended to be "realistic"... but, with dragons, who knows? My dragon loving daughter was thrilled with this, she also recieved a couple of other smaller more poseable dragons from some movie, but she can't pick a favorite.
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Anonymous from California– Verified Buyer
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