LEGO Friends Vet Clinic Rescue Buggy 41442
Join Stephanie as she picnics with her pooch Pebble by a pretty waterfall. While playing, her dog gets trapped under a fallen tree. Andrea races to the rescue on her quad bike. It has everything she’ll need to save this pet in peril. Help her unload her chain and attach it to the tree. The tree lifts as Andrea puts her quad bike in gear. Soothe the puppy with a loving stroke and a bottle of milk.
- Vet Clinic Rescue Buggy (41442) is a compact pet-in-peril playset. Kids can pretend to race to the aid of an animal in trouble, freeing it from a fallen tree with an all-action quad bike.
- This rescue toy includes 2 LEGO Friends mini-doll characters, a new-for-January-2021 puppy figure, a cute buildable countryside picnic scene and a quad bike.
- Kids can pretend to picnic and play with the puppy or ramp up the drama by making the tree fall to trap the dog. They can use the quad bike to lift the tree, freeing the pooch and saving the day!
- Children will love the vet kit that comes with this LEGO Friends set. It includes a feeding bottle and bone for the dog, walkie-talkie, chain to lift the tree, picnic-cloth tile, sandwich and a mug.
- A convenient holiday, Christmas or birthday present for a boy or girl aged 6+ who deserves a treat. Reward hard work with this creative everyday gift that inspires fun hours of rescue storytelling.
- The waterfall and quad bike each measure over 2 in. (6 cm), so they’re small enough to leave out for kids to enjoy instant rescue fun whenever they want.
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- The Vet Clinic Rescue Buggy is compatible with the Vet Clinic Ambulance (41445) and Heartlake City Vet Clinic (41446), opening up a world of caring LEGO Friends animal rescue play.
- LEGO components meet stringent industry standards to ensure they are compatible and connect and pull apart consistently every time – it’s been that way since 1958.
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