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Flexible body adjusts to go straight or in a circle
 
Press to play a friendly tune
 
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Crinkly ears
 
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  • Baby-activated electronic dog encourages baby to crawl by barking and playing a friendly tune.
  • Flexible middle allows Fred to turn in circles.
  • Promotes fine motor skills, cognitive and emotional abilities.
  • Adjustable speed control.
6-18+ months
  • EQ
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills

Follow Me Fred

Multi-stage crawling companion in the shape of an adorable puppy
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6-9 months

Before baby begins to crawl, place Follow Me Fred in circular mode. Alternate between clockwise and counterclockwise. Place the toy in front of your baby on the floor and touch it to trigger its movement.

9-12 months

The cheerful music and slow movement will attract baby's attention and encourage him to reach forward and eventually to start crawling.

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Barks to remind baby to come and play.

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Flexible accordion-shape enable dog to walk in circles.

Follow Me Fred allows parents to moderate level of stimulation by adjusting the toy’s speed and sound. The product helps develop body sensation and control by encouraging movement in space and between positions.

Reducing Stimulation

If your baby seems uncomfortable playing with Fred, turn the sound off. Encourage baby to make friends with Fred by stroking and patting the toy.

Increasing Stimulation

If your baby seems uninterested or bored, elevate the level of stimulation by increasing the speed and sound and letting Fred advance in your baby’s direction.  Add the “bark” feature or guide baby through Fred’s movements as he disappears behind a table and reappears on the other side (“Where’s Fred gone? There he is!”).  

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