Wooden Magnetic Dress Up Doggies

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Wooden Magnetic Dress Up Doggies

Digby and Dotty are wooden magnetic cutout dogs – one a dachshund and the other a spaniel – you can dress up as a bumble bee, clown, ballerina, cowboy, graduate, skeleton or hula dancer.

Choose from one of the 7 complete wardrobe selections or mix and match 38 different magnetic costume pieces to create your own unique outfits.

When you’re done display the doggies in front of a stand-up park or parlor scene made especially for your fun. Digby and Dotty measure
7” wide x 5 ¾” high on their stands.

Part of our Animals in the Opera Collection.

  • 2 wooden magnetic cutout dogs with stands
  • Digby & Dotty: 7” W x 5 ¾” H each
  • 7 complete costumes provided
  • 38 separate magnetic outfit pieces
  • 1 double-sided fold-out background scene & stand
  • Age: 4+ years
  • Warning: choking hazard (not for children under 3 years)

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Animals in the Opera

From Aida to Carmen, from Die Zauberflöte to the Ring cycle—animals both real and mythological have been seen on the operatic stage for centuries.

Horses, donkeys, bears, elephants, birds, dragons, and many others are featured as minor, and sometimes major, characters in operas performed all over the world. In the Met’s first season at Lincoln Center in 1966–67, goats and a camel were seen in the world premiere of Barber’s Antony and Cleopatra.

More recently, horses have graced the stage in La Fanciulla del West, among others, a mule appeared in Pagliacci, and a pair of Irish Wolfhounds starred in Lucia di Lammermoor. Audience favorite Sir Gabriel the Donkey has had recurring roles in Il Barbiere di Siviglia and La Bohème.



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