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Precious Moments Collectibles With Dogs

Precious Moments figurine named Hot Diggetty Dog Day

Have a Hot Diggetty Dog Day! Mark their special day in a way that will have them squealing with delight! With her twisted balloon creations; this cutie is sure to add a breath of fresh air to any celebration. Bisque porcelain figurine. 5″ H.

precious moments figurine doggone cute

You’re So Dog-gone Cute Preciously preppy in plaid; this sweet-faced dog-lover is undeniably as cute as cute can be. She holds her cuddly doggie and wears an expression of puppy-love. Vinyl doll. 12” H.

Doll by Precious Moments named raining cats and dogs

Raining Cats and Dogs It’s lucky this little miss is dressed for April showers since she’s got a pair of pretty plush pets to keep dry and warm. She’s all abloom in a blossom bedecked rain hat; rain coat and rubbery duck boots. Vinyl 12”H doll.

Precious Moments figurine with puppy and 12 year old girl

Growing in Grace – Age 12 Figurine Growing in Grace; age twelve; is a 5.5 inch porcelain figurine of a little girl serving lunch to her dog. Dreams; Joys and Celebrations come to you in a very personal way with this figurine.

happy tails by precious moments dog figurine

There’s always room in your heart for one more furry friend. Happy Tails Precious Moments bisque porcelain figurine. Charming figurine of a little girl holding a puppy with another dog asking for attention too. Great gift for dog lovers or anyone who enjoys Precious Moments figurines . Find charming figurines , collectibles and gifts for all occasions from Precious Moments.

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