Last week we were sent this new toy to give a try.
The children love it when they get new toys to try out and this was certainly something I knew all of them would be interested in from 5 year old up to the 13 year old .
Now if you can remember back a couple of years, there was a new toy called the The Trash Pack! which consisted of some quite disgusting little germ figures that came in all colours and designs that had to be collected .
They were squidgy and only small so were great for carrying about in your pocket and it became another playground swapping game.
Trash pack also came with play sets that could make the collection even bigger and more playable such as Bin wagons and Bulldozers .
This time around we have The Ugglys Pet Shop!
With the same meaning as the previous contender, the Ugglys Pet Shop brings some of our most adorable pets from mice to dogs to life and there are an amazing 101 figures to collect in its first series .
One of the items we were sent this time around was the Dirty Dog Wash Van along with a couple of the figures to play along with.
Available for £19.99 from most big toy stores the Dog Wash Van comes with one of the figures which includes Slobby Saint Bernard.
The Dirty Dog Wash Van Opens the back up to share with you the wonders of what every Uggly Pet needs including some scales for them to sit on , a toilet which makes the most grossest sounds around and also a bath which you can dunk your pet into without getting soaked.
The Uggly Pets look absolutely disgusting, poo and sick everywhere and they are in need of a pampering to rid the stench .
The van can be rolled along the floor where you will also hear the horns and noises coming from the van as the wheels turn to let those Ugglys know you are on your way to clean them up but watch out for the hidden pumps and burps and with this van making over 30 disgusting sounds , you are bound to feel a little grossed out by the end of your playtime.
In fact when the post man delivered us our Dirty Dog Wash Van he seemed in quite a hurry after having the neighbours stare at him in disgrace thinking it was him making all of those pumping and burping noises.
The van came already supplied with 2 AA batteries which was a small relief to me due to the fact I hate having to buy new batteries for new toys .
The van seemed very sturdy as my youngest son literally put his whole weight onto it whilst playing with along the sitting room floor and he then ventured it to the shops where he found it amusing to let it rip out the gross sounds to the assistant behind the counter who then looked at us strangely.
It seemed very fun and I liked the fact that you could open the back up to play with the bath, scales and toilet but then use it to store a few of the pet figures later on if ever we needed to go anywhere.
The figures we received came in two bin style tubs (reminding once again like the Trash Pack series) and inside each were two figures which were unseen until opening making it a very exciting time to open.
Being that my son is going through the stage of buying kinder eggs just because he likes the surprise element of not knowing what toy is inside , this is once again something he is interested in and a pack of two costs only £2.99 .
The price I think is quite fare but in all honest truth I think that the older children will see that the figures are more the enjoyable part whereas the younger ones will enjoy the interactive Dog Wash Van most.
What do you think of the Ugglys, will you be enticing your little ones to get Cleaning the little muckers up or do you think they are just too gross for play?