You must know the importance of saving money, but does your kids? Here's an educative & fun way to teach your kids how to keep their change and save money for the future!
This hungry hound simply can’t resist and will gladly chew your spare change while you promote the habit of saving. This is not your ordinary piggy bank. It’s a clever way to throw in loose change from a pocket, sofa, floor, or purse, and cash out later! This robotic dog bank will have you coming back coin after coin, so you save money fast. Place this in your home to adorn a desk, table, shelf, or child’s room.
It makes a great gift and fun for the whole family to enjoy. Watch this pup steal the show with its cute movements!
Give this dog bank as a gift for a Birthday, Easter Basket, Christmas, or simply to entertain. Don’t worry, kids won’t whine or get upset about losing their money to this little dog. Watch the hilarious hound go crazy for coins when “HUNGRY”, receiving “THROW IN” coins, or “EATING GREEDILY.” The entire family will get a kick out of the antics!
Parents and grandparents can join the fun too! Whether you’re 6 or 76, you're never too old for a money-eating dog bank. It’s also a witty gag gift for adults, co-workers, and anyone with a sense of humor.
Place coins in the food basin and watch this pooch chew down as coins drop into the storage box.
This battery-operated bank is easy to use. Simply set the coin on the basin bowl while pushing the coin. The dog lowers its head to the bowl while rapidly moving side to side, so it appears to be eating the coin. When your child is ready to cash out their savings, open the front door to retrieve the money. Requires 3 AA batteries (NOT Included). Accommodates American coins, (Coins NOT included). Made of delicate electronic parts. Measures approximately 6" L x 3.12" W x 6" H
Funny and creative dog design.
Compact, interesting & funny, a must item for child or gifts
Greatly help you to develop a good habit of saving money
Battery powered, put the coins, about 1-3 units, in the bowl, the dog will Lower its head to eat them.
In the eating process, the dog will wag his head and tail, really cute.