Paw Patrol is an animated television show for preschool aged children that airs on Nickelodeon and is produced by Spinmaster Entertainment.
A quick synopsis of the show includes spunky and adorable rescue puppies named Marshall, Chase, Zuma, Rubble, Rocky, Skye, Everest and Tracker who work together as a team to solve problems in their town, Adventure Bay.
The puppies take guidance from Ryder, a 10 year-old tech savvy boy, who has taught them their unique rescue skills. The pups are ready to save... the day anywhere, by air, on land, at sea, and even in the jungle!
In the show, each puppy has a backpack, or "Pup Pack" and their own special vehicle to help them participate in rescue missions.
The goal of the show is to help young children learn about safety, respect, teamwork and problem solving. Parents will enjoy hearing their children laugh and giggle uncontrollably when watching the show. Many children in this age range are begging their parents for Paw Patrol toys, coloring pages, activities, and themed birthday parties.
If your child has a special interest in a particular character or vehicle toy play, here is more information on the Paw Patrol characters and which type of vehicle they drive. Each season of the show has a different theme and vehicles available in the store will reflect the current year's theme.
- Ryder has a jet ski that transforms into an ATV
- Marshall, the Dalmation, drives a fire truck
- Rubble, the English bulldog, operates a construction digger
- Rocky the mixed breed dog, has a recycling truck
- Skye, a female cockapoo, flies a helicopter
- Zuma, the chocolate labrador, lives in a boathouse and drives a hovercraft
- Chase, the German Shepard, drives a police truck
- Everest, the Husky, drives a rescue snowmobile
- Tracker, the mixed breed Potcake pup, drives a jungle cruiser
Here is a selection of some of the new Paw Patrol toys:
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Now that kids have been collecting their pups and vehicles, the Paw Patroller is not only a fun place to store them, but a great common area for the pups to play together. The back flips open to store 6 vehicles, and there is room for all the pups in the front. The Paw Patroller is must-have holiday toy for a preschool aged child.
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For kids who enjoy interactive toys, they can go on over 24 missions with Chase leading the way. Chase has 130 different phrases, a spring loaded self-deploying backpack and a launching net. If all else, kids will love singing and dancing with Chase while he sings the infamous Pup Pup Boogie.
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When the pups take to saving the day in the jungle, they need a new lookout! The Monkey Temple Playset includes the Chihuahua pup Tracker and transforms into a pup command center.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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Marshall, Chase, Zuma, Rubble, Rocky, Skye, Everest and Tracker are available as soft plush toys for children to sleep with and take on their own adventurous rescue missions in the real world.
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In the show, the Pups gather in the the Lookout Headquarters to learn about their mission. In the Lookout Headquarters children can organize the crew inside the tower, before deploying them on missions together by speeding the vehicles down the ramp.
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Each dog has a "Pup Pack" or backpack. After touching the badge on the front of the puppy, the "Pup Pack" will pop open, revealing each dog's unique rescue gadgets. There are different themed pups for every season of the show, depending upon their missions, and they arrive with a special wearable badge.
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As described above, each character has a special vehicle which currently includes helicopters, construction diggers, fire trucks, recycle trucks, hovercrafts, snow trackers, jungle jeeps and police cars. Toys in the rescue vehicle sets will include a vehicle, which also comes with the corresponding Paw Patrol character. Themes of the vehicles will change depending upon the season of the show.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Marshall is a large, 11 inch talking plush toy that speaks key phrases from the show.
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These Paw Patrol Racers are suggested for young children ages 2 and up because these puppies are not able to be removed from the vehicle and are easy to take on-the-go.
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