Feb 11, 2020

Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy

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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==
 
#Purchase your Littlest Pet, if you've not already done so. Look around at many stores to find out the best price. Also, look at all of the possibilities to make sure you get the one you want. If you don't find one that interests you, or if your local stores are sold out, try ordering it off the internet. Littlest Pet Shop has a lot of varieties, from bunnies to ostriches. [[Image:Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Purchase your Littlest Pet, if you've not already done so. Look around at many stores to find out the best price. Also, look at all of the possibilities to make sure you get the one you want. If you don't find one that interests you, or if your local stores are sold out, try ordering it off the internet. Littlest Pet Shop has a lot of varieties, from bunnies to ostriches. [[Image:Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
# Make or buy a home for your LPS. You can buy big houses like the "Biggest Littlest Pet Shop," the "Pets Only! Club House," or make the houses yourself. You can do so with cardboard shoe boxes or any other material around your home. You might also want to make furniture. [[Image:Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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# Make or buy a home for your LPS. You can buy big houses like the "Biggest Littlest Pet Shop," the "Pets Only! Club House," or make the houses yourself. You can do so with cardboard shoe boxes or any other material around your home. You might also want to make furniture.
 
#*Some pets come with their own beds, but many
 
#*Some pets come with their own beds, but many
  also come with nothing.
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  also come with nothing, so make something for them.
 
#*You might want to try making them tiny TVs, couches, stoves, toiletries, etc.
 
#*You might want to try making them tiny TVs, couches, stoves, toiletries, etc.
 
# Give your LPS a regular bath. Fill a sink, small bowl, or glass with warm water. Dunk the toy in the water. Take it out, and lather it in soap. Then, put it into the water again, and rinse off the soap. Dry it off well, to avoid rust.[[Image:Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
# Give your LPS a regular bath. Fill a sink, small bowl, or glass with warm water. Dunk the toy in the water. Take it out, and lather it in soap. Then, put it into the water again, and rinse off the soap. Dry it off well, to avoid rust.[[Image:Care for a Littlest Pet Shop Toy Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]


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