New Soggy Doggy Can Go For A Walk: Toy Fair 2018

Posted: Feb 6 2018, 9:35am CST | by , in News | Toys

New Soggy Doggy Can Go for a Walk: Toy Fair 2018

Soggy Doggy is leaving the board game in 2018.

Soggy Doggy was a hit board game last year. In 2018, kids will be able to take a walk with Soggy Doggy's Friends. We spotted the electronic Soggy Doggy toy at the International Toy Fair 2018 in Nuremberg among the 100,000 new toys the world's largest Toy Fair had on display.

Doggy Soggy's Friends comes from the Ideal toy brand. Kids can attach a lead and take Soggy Doggy for a walk. The interactive Soggy Doggy has the same rubber fluffy fur like in the board game. The Soggy Doggy shakes while he walks, when you wiggle him. Soggy Doggy will come in different colors. The price and release date of Soggy Doggy's Friends is not set yet. Expect it latest in time for the Holiday shopping season 2018.

The Soggy Doggy board game is on sale for $15.99 on

Read the latest hot toy news, shop the best-selling toys and follow us on Twitter for hottest toys of 2018 on display at the Spielwarenmesse 2018 in Nuremberg. To find the hottest toys in stock or for pre-order get the free online inventory tracking app The Tracker.

See also the details and trends of the upcoming Toy Fair 2018 in New York and find out the highlights of the Toy Fair 2018 in London. The Toy Fair New York 2018 will kick off on Feb. 17.

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