- Peeing Pup game unit
- plastic tail
Object of the Game
Pet and pass the pup! If you're holding him when he pees, you're out! Be the only player not to get peed on by the pup to win!
Attach the tail to the back of the pup. Insert batteries as shown on far right.
Open the rubber dog tag on the pup's body and completely fill the body with clean tap water.
Then push the dog tag firmly back into place.
Press down firmly on the pup's tail and release.
Press the pup's tongue once. (If water does not spray out of the tiny hole on the front of his body, repeat Steps 2 and 3 until it does).
Once water has sprayed out, press down firmly on the pup's tail once more and release to start the game!
All players stand in a circle! The last person who petted a dog goes first! The game begins when the first player starts petting the pup. Play continues to the left.
On your turn:
Hold the pup in one hand so he's facing you, then use your other hand to pet the entire brown patch of hair on his head from front to back as shown.
Watch out! If you accidentally press the pup's tongue and water sprays, you're out!
Keep petting the pup until he barks three times. That's your signal to pass him to the next player!
(He might make other sounds, such as a hiccup or a whimper, but those don't count. Keep petting RUff! until you hear "Ruff! Ruff! Ruff!")
If the pup does not pee while you're holding him, you're safe, and it's the next player's turn.
If he does pee, you're out, and you must reset the pup so the remaining players can continue. To reset the pup, press down firmly on his tail and release.
Note: The game shuts down after one minute of inactivity. To turn off the game manually, press down firmly on the pup's tail and hold for two seconds.
End of the Game
Continue to take turns petting and passing the pup until only one person is Ieft. The only player not to get peed on by the pup wins!
Open the dog tag on the pup's body and pour out all the water.
To ensure that no water remains inside the pup, press down firmly on his tail and release, then press his tongue once. (Repeat this entire step, in the order described, until water stops spraying out of the tiny hole on the front of the pup's body).
Let the pup dry thoroughly before replacing the dog tag.