My Puppy Ollie - Switch Adapted Plush Toy
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A lovable pet that doesn’t have to be walked or fed! My Puppy Ollie will continuously entertain your child as he wiggles his ears, barks, and sings “Where Oh Where Has My Dog Gone” and “This Old Man”. When the first switch is activated, Ollie introduces himself, then entices his listeners to wiggle their ears and bark along with him. To listen to him sing, activate the second switch.
- Sings "Where Oh Where Has My Dog Gone" and "This Old Man"
- Animated soft plush toy
- Works with any two capability switches
Size: 12" High
Requires 3 AA batteries (not included). We recommend using Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries only. Other types of batteries supply lower voltage and the unit may not perform properly. Do not use rechargeable batteries and never mix old and new or different brands or types of batteries.
The battery compartment is located under toy. Open the velcro flap, then remove the battery cover with a Phillips head screwdriver. Install 3 AA batteries, paying attention to battery polarity. Set the On/Off switch to On. Replace the battery cover and secure it with the screw.
Connect to any two external capability switches (not included) with two 1/8-inch plugs by means of the 1/8-inch jacks at the end of the cord. Be sure there are no gaps between the jacks and the plugs.
Remove batteries if not in use for extended period of time.
Surface washable only. Do not submerge as damage to the electrical components will occur.
If toy does not function correctly:
1. Make sure that the external capability switches are pushed all the way in and there are no gaps.
2. Replace the batteries paying close attention to polarity.
3. Test your switches with another device to make sure the switch is not the source of the problem.
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This specialized device has been developed for use by people with disabilities.
It should not be used without prior knowledge and consent of a guardian or professional who is qualified to assess the abilities and limitations of the individual using the device.