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Zombie Dog with Lights and Sound 4.5 5 18 18
zombie dog packaged well for transit manufacturer defect with wiring September 23, 2014
As I expected... He was just as I expected. Looks just like the picture. September 6, 2014
Zombie Dog This item is awesome. Looks great and sounds great. I was very pleased with my purchase. August 25, 2014
Zombie Dog I purchased this prop last year. The dog is very well made and sturdy. Too bad the sensor is useless. You must shake or hit the dog on the head in order for it to howl or the eyes to flash. Scary to look at but I purchased it for the sound affect and there is none. August 12, 2014
A must have item Well made item that will last for years, will fit into almost any scene. Cant wait for Halloween to come around this year. August 12, 2014
You Ain't Nuthin' But A... ...very cool, very spooky, Zombie Dog. The flashing red eyes and classic wolf howl (think Lon Chaney, Jr., in The Wolfman) make this the perfect way to greet your Halloween Trick or Treaters...plus it's surprisingly sturdy and heavy...this won't be easily blown over by an All Hallow's Eve wind. I'm very pleased with this prop; a major improvement would be a snapping jaw to go with the howl...maybe next year. 5 stars and highly recommended. August 9, 2012
Great Prop Though a bit on the small side this prop is well made and works great. Tonight we placed it outside between two bushes so that the Trick or Treaters would have to pass by it to get to our door. They didnt see it untill it began to howl and the eyes flash. I must say, it is super sensitive. It goes off by either sound or motion. It is rather tinny sounding but looks good and is definitely unique. I like it! October 31, 2012
Great Dog! I love this prop. The sound is great. I wish he was bigger, but his size is clearly stated. I also worry about storage b/c he is made with a very hard material that may break if dropped or packed away with out padding. August 3, 2013
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This is Grandinroad: Thank you for your interest in this item. We have contacted the manufacturer to obtain more detailed information regarding this dog. Once that information is available, we will let you know. Thank you for your patience.
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Thank you for your patience while we contacted the vendor to obtain an answer to your question regarding this item. We were able to confirm that this item has an on/off switch and once the item is turned on, it is sound activated.
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Sensor is in mouth and is light sensitive. Must have enough light facing mouth for movement to "break" the light and create sound. Will also go off if touched (not gently) or if loud noise is made around dog (like a loud clap).
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yes, there is a sensor in his mouth.. he also seems to respond to sound.
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just tried mine and seems to be a sensor - the sounds are great and loud.
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This dog howls and his eyes light up when sound activated. It does not constantly howl, etc. It also can be turned "OFF", if you don't want to hear it.
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There is a sound sensor...any reasonably loud sound will set it off...hand clapping, loud talking, etc.
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No moving parts. Just requires batteries for the motion activated sound.
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no moving parts the eyes stay on when he is turned on
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There are no moving parts. The howling/eyes are sound activated. So, any noise will set it off. It does have an 'OFF" switch however, so you don't have to hear him howl if you don't want to hear it.
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What are the dimensions of the Zombie Dog?

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I have the Zombie Dog and he is 16 inches tall, 10 inches wide, and about 21 inches long from the base of his tail to tip of his nose. I hope this helps.
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The Zombie Dog measures 18"W x 10"D x 17"H, and weighs 8 lbs.
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Dimensions are available under the tab on the item shown:
Zombie Dog (49874): 18"W x 10"D x 17"H, 8 lbs.
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I had inquired before, and was told the tombstone that lights up & has the skull with bat wings ( says RIP) would be available, but still haven't seen it listed. When? There are also some different Zombies in this same scene - when will those be available?
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Thank you for your interest in Grandin Road.

Regrettably, the lighted RIP Tombstone is no longer available.

While not all the zombies in the picture are still available, the following can be ordered:

Crawling Zombie with Lights and Sound Item:49872
Skully the Zombie Animated Halloween Prop Item:45593
Zombie with Lights & Sound Item:41084
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Can you adjust the volume?

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The Zombie Dog with Lights and Sound does not feature an adjustable volume control.
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