Puppy Check-Up

Puppy Check-Up, Kitty Check-Up, Baby Check-Up & Newborn Baby Check-Up were produced by Kenner in 1994. It was a small series comprising of a plush puppy, plush kitten, baby doll and newborn baby doll (each sold separately) which each came with a few small veterinary or medical accessories to perform check-ups with.

Images on this page thanks to Whispers and eBay seller sll53cats! Toy instruction images thanks to Hasbro.

Puppy Check-Up

Puppy Check-Up came with an ear/throat scope, medicine with dropper bottle and a stethoscope. The puppy measured roughly 9 inches long by 7 inches tall.

Check Puppy's Ear or Throat Give Puppy the Medicine Check Puppy's Heartbeat
Hold ear/throat scope up to Puppy's ear or mouth as shown below. Slide button back with thumb until it stops and hold it there. If you see a bug, you know Puppy doesn't feel well. When the happy face appears, you know Puppy is feeling better.
You can make Puppy feel all better when you give him pretend medicine. To fill the medicine Bottle, remove the cap from Puppy drops refill bottle. Hold it upside down and press the tip of the medicine bottle into the refill bottle as shown below. For best results, hold the medicine bottle at an angle until it fills.
Place bottle to Puppy's mouth, with the tip ' pointed down and press. Watch all of the pretend medicine "disappear" as Puppy takes it!
After you give Puppy his medicine, check his ears or throat again. If you see another bug, then Puppy may need more medicine. And when you see a happy face, you've helped Puppy feel so much better!

If you have a Baby Check-Up Doll, you can really listen to Puppy's heart with her stethoscope. Just press the stethoscope to the heart pattern on Puppy's chest and hear his heart beating!


  • To locate Puppy's heart, move stethoscope around over heart pattern until you hear his heartbeat.