HORNBY 1984 - 1986
Hornby produced Pound Puppies for the UK market. A portion of all plush sales actually went to a guide dog foundation for the blind. After a short break, the puppies were produced again in 1992.
Variety of colors and styles, ranging from 14-15 inches long
Slightly smaller than the normal sizes, coming in at 8-9 inches. Each came with a velcro ribbon collar.
Mommies and Babies
These were slightly larger than the normal sized pups, and each has a velcro pouch that holds three babies.
Smaller than the normal sizes, but larger than the newborns. Their patch says PPY instad of PP.
These pups came in three poses: standing, sitting, or a play-bow.
Yuppies At Play
Smaller versions of the regular "At Play" line.
Furries and Newborn Furries
Very fuzzy versions of regular pound puppies. Notably, "mongrel" and the poodle
Purries Newborn Furries
Pastels and Musical Pastels
Two different types of pastels: Newborn sized and a larger one that plays music. When you pull the string, the song Music Box Dancer plays. Four colors.
This pup measures about 13 inches, and has four different phrases when his string is pulled: "I love you very much", "I'm your best friend", "Please take me to bed", "Thank you for a lovely home."
A pup that has movable eyes and snores. He measures around 18 inches.
This early 90s pup has a velcro pouch that holds a pastel blanket inside. Blanket is attached.