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Sweet Pups are the latest collectable craze that is sweeping the nation.  These are sweet in so many ways.  Not only are these super adorable plush pups disguised as tasty pastries they also smell really yummy too!  There are 12 pastries / pups to choose from in series 1, each as desirable as the next.

Within each pasty you will find a different breed of pup.  To find out which pup you have, simply turn them inside out, and out pops the pup.

The Sweet Pups are guaranteed be one of the most sought-after collectable toys this year and at the top of many Christmas lists.  They are available to buy from Claire’s Accessories and Amazon for £7.99rrp

Check out our pups:

The Pastries

From left to right.

Croissant with strawberry drizzle – inside this we found Spots.

Lemon Macaroon – inside this we found Rex.

Pain Au Chocolat – inside this we found Sweety Peety.

Taking A Peek Inside

Our Pups

What Did We Think?

We loved that the pups were so cute and soft and huggable.

They are small so easily transportable.

The pups appear to be very well made with Velcro fastenings to hide the pastry part.

They are easy to use, after a few goes my 3 year old was able to turn his pastry into a pup and vice versa.

The pastries are quite realistic looking and the aroma adds to this life like feel.

They are average price when compared to similar toys.

You know which pastry / dog you are buying so you don’t get duplicates when you buy another and risk children getting upset unless you want a duplicate.

My girls and my son loved these and thought they were wonderful.  Needless to say they want the whole set now, each!!!!

Win A Sweet Pup

We have one super cute Sweet Pup to give away, which one it will be is going to be a surprise.  Let’s hope the winner will kindly come back and share with us all.

Entry is super easy just enter via the rafflecopter form.

Instructions if needed can be found here:


Not all of the entry options are compulsory but the more you do the more entries you will gain.  All those in the UK are welcome to enter even if you have won with me before and I know there are a few of you out there – thanks so much for returning guys x

Look out for the daily options for extra entries.

Likes on Facebook and email subscription are NOT compulsory but are very much appreciated plus it will ensure you don’t miss great posts, freebies and of course my FAB competitions.

Terms and conditions can be found on the rafflecopter form.

Good Luck!

Enter here:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Disclaimer: We were sent Sweet Pups for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.

95 thoughts on “Introducing Sweet Pups”

  1. I love Raisin Pup, he’s just so adorable..if we could keep a dog that’s the sort of puppy I’d go for

  2. These Sweet pups are adorable, I would love to win the Husky pup because my daughter Heidi loves them, He looks identical to one. how cute!

  3. My daughter would love any of them and I am attracted to all the ones with blue eyes, I would just stare into them…

  4. It’s really difficult to choose, especially as I wouldn’t be choosing ot for myself, but I’d say Rex

  5. The pink macaroon with the poodle (I think?! not great on dogs!) just because I think this is what my niece would choose

  6. One that looks as close to my dog as my niece loves to look after her and play with her. It would be a great Birthday prezzy for her.

  7. I asked my daughter which one she would like to win, but she said they are all adorable and couldn’t choose just one!

  8. I would love the Sweety Petey in the Pain au Chocolat for my daughter – she loves dachunds and chocolate so it’s perfect!

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