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I got my set a couple weeks ago. Everything present and in good condition, but I also was perplexed at the oversized packaging. Sure, the box is pretty and well made, but I'd feel badly cheated if I saw it in a shop and found out the entire contents were what's visible in the window.

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So royal mail failed me. I had a redirection set up and they didn't deliver the package. Luckily our ex Landlord sent us the info after we asked about it. I agree with the box size it just seems a bit wasteful. But my main critique is the size of the Corgi. I think he should have been bigger especially compared to the French bulldog and the chihuahua. Other than that very happy with them!

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Got my doggos yesterday. Hubby's comment: you're right! They DO look like chocolate! :lol:

 

Anyway, very nice quality, good details, especially on the bigger dogs. The sizes of the small dogs are weird though. I always thought corgis were bigger than chihuahuas and pomerianians, but the corgi is the smallest one. :shrug: 

 

The art cards are pretty nice too.

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9 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

Got my doggos yesterday. Hubby's comment: you're right! They DO look like chocolate! :lol:

 

Anyway, very nice quality, good details, especially on the bigger dogs. The sizes of the small dogs are weird though. I always thought corgis were bigger than chihuahuas and pomerianians, but the corgi is the smallest one. :shrug: 

 

The art cards are pretty nice too.

They're chocolate labs.

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11 minutes ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

They're chocolate labs.

Hubby actually asked if there were any labradors :lol: I'm pretty surprised there aren't, considering how popular labs are. 

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