This prop does not glow under blacklights, but If you are up for paying extra then it will pay off. You will need glow in the dark green spray paint, white primer paint, satin clear protective spray paint. I cover it with glow spray paint then add the details with primer paint, and cover lightly with clear satin paint. Id do this while having a black light in hand to get the missing patches.
I bought this adorable greyhound for all my other bones to have a pal, I received it four days earlier than expected. He was precious, all sounds worked but the only downside was his back leg came snapped off. After a lot of superglue, he sits inbetween two wolves acting like the top dog.
Everyone who has seen this loves it. We nicknamed him “Bonz” (yeah, I know, a D- for originality...
Everyone who has seen this loves it. We nicknamed him “Bonz” (yeah, I know, a D- for originality) and just couldn’t bring ourselves to box him up until next Halloween so he guards our (covered) front porch 24/7. With a little care and common sense (a rarity these days), it should last you many seasons! Have included a picture from bath day.
Love the "dog"... Scared quite a few people... Kept him on the porch for Christmas.. Fitted him w...
Love the "dog"... Scared quite a few people... Kept him on the porch for Christmas.. Fitted him with a dog jacket & Christmas finery!..
Didn't change the "demo batteries" til they "died".. Should have read the fine print!
It was a surprise gift from my husband.. We have a real live greyhound named Clare.. She wasn't too fond of "Rudy" as we nicknamed him!!