Spend $40+ & receive a FREE Neuroblastoma Australia tote! Add tote to cart & enter code FREETOTE at checkout ($40+ purchases, excludes price of tote; S&H. Ends 16 Dec)

Neuroblastoma Pup w/Frangipani Bandana (2 Colours) - NEW

Spend $40 or more in our online charity shop by 16th December and receive a FREE Neuroblastoma Australia tote! Add tote to cart and enter discount code FREETOTE at checkout. $40 or more in purchases excludes price of tote ($7.50 value) and S&H. Tote must be added to the cart and discount code applied to receive. One free tote per order.

Our new exclusive soft toy, Neuroblastoma Pup is on trend with its frangipani inspired bandana. The frangipani flower is the logo for the charity Neuroblastoma Australia.

This exclusive frangipani designed bandana has been lovingly handmade by the grandmother of one of our special neuroblastoma superheroes. And, the fabric has kindly been donated – special thanks to Next State Designs.

You can purchase the pup wearing either the pink or the blue variety of bandana. Each pup comes in a Neuroblastoma Australia fabric drawstring bag, making it perfect to buy as a gift and is beautifully soft plush.

Safety & Washing

  • Suitable from birth – please do not leave in a cot/ crib with the baby unattended
  • Surface washable; do not tumble dry, dry clean or iron
  • Approximate sitting height of pup is 18cm
  • Check all labels upon purchase

*If you have a dog at home, consider purchasing him/her a matching bandana here!

100% of the profits from the sale of this item go to the registered charity Neuroblastoma Australia to help fund leading research projects to develop new, effective and kinder treatments for children with neuroblastoma cancer.


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