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Dog-E the Robot Dog Barks Its Way to the DreamToys 2023 List


Underneath this year’s Christmas tree, you may find Dog-E the Robot Dog as DreamToys just added it to their list of top toys for the holidays. Said list is meticulously crafted by an expert panel of retailers, and with Dog-E in it, you may just hear every kid begging their parents to buy them one.

While there are other interesting toys on the list, Dog-E sets itself apart for many reasons. Aside from being a robot dog, which in our book gives it lots of brownie points in itself, Dog-E is incredibly unique and interactive.

The minute kids unwrap Dog-E, this interactive robot dog will commence its “minting” process and come to life. It will show off its unique combination of lights, sounds, and personality. Mind you that no Dog-E is the same as each unit comes with unique personality traits, just like a real dog.

Dog-E the robot dog also encourages interactive play and can guarantee to keep kids entertained for hours. Like a real dog, Dog-E can run, wag its tails, and make over 200 sounds and reactions. It also communicates by using emojis so kids can understand what Dog-E is feeling.

Dog-E the Robot Dog Barks Its Way to The DreamToys 2023 List

Tech-savvy kids would love Dog-E especially since this robot dog is configurable, multi-featured, and has multiple touch sensors. It even comes with an app so it can be taught tricks and more.

With all these features, it comes to no one’s surprise that Dog-E made it to DreamToys’ highly-anticipated list. It also made it to Time’s The Best Inventions of 2023 list, just to further highlight how innovative Dog-E is.

We predict that Dog-E will be flying off of shelves for this holiday season. In case you’re not able to get your hands on one, then check out our list of the best robot pets for kids so you can still give your little one a robot companion of their own.

Linda Takahashi

American-born New Yorker Linda Johnson has been fascinated with robotic machines since she was a teenager, when her father, a surgeon, would introduce to her the machines that he used to perform keyhole surgeries. This interest led her to pursue a tech degree at the University of Washington, where she met Sota Takahashi. They married and now have two children. Linda’s father developed dementia later on and was given a robot pet as a companion. She saw how much having a robot pet friend helped her father, which is what led her to create this website and advocate to spread word about robot pets and how they can help both children and the elderly.

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