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Wow, that's pricey indeed.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

Linda Brown

WHEW!!! The real dog acts like he thinks the fake dog is weird.


I can see it now.. a new business growing, 'separating foolish dog lovers from their money'.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

I could see some type of this doll being given to older people who can no longer care for dogs as a comfort companion. But not for that much money.

Monika & Sam

Someone seems to have too much time and money on their hands.

Jodi Stone

But can't you have your dog REALLY cloned for about $50,000? Not that I would, but that would be better IMO than a stuffed dog.

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