little wuppy® worry puppy
Let’s be honest, anxiety is horrible!!! And when you’re a child, it can be very daunting, frightening and exhausting. Your mind and body tend to do things that you can’t explain, let alone control! It can become very overwhelming.
A little bit of comfort
Enter little wuppy®!
The little wuppy® is a sausage dog worry puppy designed as an aid to help ease children’s worries, and to help comfort them. Designed by a former primary school teacher, artist and lover of all things sausage dog, the little wuppy® has been meticulously designed and manufactured to aid children who are worriers. Children are encouraged to talk to the little wuppy®, hold it, pop it in their pocket or bag, place it under their pillow, keep it in a special place, or use it in any way that brings them comfort.
The most special feature of the little wuppy® is its red embroidered heart. When a child places the heart of the little wuppy® against their own heart, they can send all their worries to the little wuppy® so they don’t need to worry anymore.
The little wuppy® has been created using natural cotton fabric and is backed with a soft minky fabric, which is perfect for cuddling. The minky fabric also provides tactile comfort for those children who like to rub their fingers against soft fabrics, or rub soft fabric against their skin for comfort.
Hypo-allergenic recycled PET fill has also been used to fill the little wuppy® and the ink used to print the little wuppy® design is non-toxic.
The little wuppy® proudly hold an Australian Made license.
The little wuppy® worry puppy comes in 3 different designs (chevron, spotted and striped) and comes with:
- an adoption certificate
- an information card (including a welcome note, a diagram with detailed information about every aspect of the little wuppy®,and a note for parents)
- a cardboard box kennel (including a personalised greeting)
- stickers to decorate the kennel
- and a calico carry bag.
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