Our Golden Retriever Puppy offers comfort, joy, will sooth agitation and provides an opportunity for shared interaction between people of all ages.
The pup looks, feels and sounds like a real animal but is so much more than soft fur, soothing breaths, and cheeky woofs!
The pup responds to petting, hugging and movement, much like the real ones you know and love but doesn't require any special care or feeding. The Golden Pup will fall asleep after a few minutes of no interaction, but will wake up if you walk by or give a gentle pat. These incredible companion pets also have a mute function, so they will continue to have a comforting heartbeat like vibration and subtle movements without the noise.
These animals have become increasingly popular in private homes, nursing homes and care facilities where people might find it difficult to care for pets or pets may not be permitted. Dementia Pet
The companion pets provide joy, enrichment and company. You'll be surprised how much joy they can bring.
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