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Potty Duck Potty Training Toy - Squirting Rubber Duck with Flushing Toy Toilet and Potty Training Tips

-Fun, squeezable rubber duck squirt toy with toy toilet that flushes

-Children help the duck to pee to learn how to go themselves

-Toilet suction cups attach to bathtub, sink or small plastic tub

-Compared to potty dolls, more fun and interactive

-Loved by boys and girls as young as 18 months!


How it works
Potty Duck turns potty training into a positive and fun experience! By squeezing the soft rubber duck to make it pee and flushing the toy toilet, children are actually learning the steps to go themselves.

Easy to use

  • -Let your child play with it in the tub during bath times

  • -Using the toy as an example, teach your child the words pee, toilet, flush, and "go potty."

  • -After playing, set the duck on its potty beside your child on a real potty, so your child can imitate the toy and "go like the duck."

  • Your child will soon catch on, saving you time and money in diapers.

    Why it works

    • -Children love rubber ducks!

    • -Boys and girls as young as age 1 are natural-born imitators.

    • -Potty Duck becomes your child's favorite potty training buddy - in the tub, for pretend play out of the tub, and when imitating the duck to actually use the potty.

    Comes with potty training tips from a pediatrician. Increase the life of the duck by cleaning the inside with diluted vinegar once a month or more depending on the humidity of your bathroom. Potty Duck meets ASTM F693 safety requirements.

    See Tips and FAQs  


    "Potty training is much easier with Potty Duck"

    Toilet training boys and girls is easier with Potty Duck, says Dr. Shelly Mann, the toy's co-creator.

    "Parents are often anxious about potty training, but it becomes fun and enjoyable when you use Potty Duck,"  says Dr. Shelly Mann, the toy's  co-creator"Toddlers are natural-born imitators, as many scientific studies have shown."

    What people are saying   

    "Our daughter started playing with the Potty Duck when she was 18 months old. Before she turned two she was asking to use the potty all on her own. The Potty Duck was a fun way for her to gain interest in toilet training all on her own."
    - Maria Z., Racine, Wisconsin      See reviews

    Potty Duck in the News

    Toilet training is faster and easier with Potty Duck, according to this article in the Miami Herald      Toy for toilet training developed by pediatrician, newspaper article

    Local pediatrician develops toilet training toy, says newspaper article, to may potty training fun.     Parents are often anxious about toilet training, but new toy makes it fun and enjoyable, says article in Marketplace magazine


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