June 4, 2015

Jingle the Dog

A couple of years ago we got the "Jingle the Dog" book with the husky puppy toy. The husky would make noise based on some of the saying as you read the book. This is a list of all the known phrases the husky pup is awaiting for you to say:

  • And Jingle was a good dog.
  • That made Jingle very, very happy.
  • Jingle, you're a good dog!
  • Jingle even loved to sing.
  • Sorry, Jingle! I've gotta go home!
  • Silly dog! Jingle, you've gotta go home!
  • The very thought of finding his friends made Jingle want to sing
  • but suddenly Jingle felt very, very happy.
  • Jingle, you're such a good dog!
  • Jingle, Stay! And Jingle did.

I haven't found any other list of additional phrases that the Hallmark Jingle dog says. If you know of any hacks let me know!

Comments

Guest

April 9, 2016.

If you say " I love you Jingle." He responds
Guest

November 25, 2016.

He responds to I love u/I love u jingle.
Guest

November 29, 2016.

No. Sorry. It doesn't.
Guest

December 3, 2016.

"I love you Jingle" does work. I just tried it and he responds.
Guest

December 3, 2016.

I just tried it and "I love you Jingle" doesn'the work... are there different versions out there? Our Jingle is from 2011.
Guest

December 4, 2016.

I believe ours is from 2012 and "I love you Jingle" works.
it dose work

December 17, 2016.

Mr. Grogg

December 20, 2016.

The second book has slight variations from the first book, but very little that is particularly new: "Jingle want to sing!" "Jingle was a good dog." "Sorry Jingle... You've gotta go home." "This made Jingle very happy." "He said, 'Jingle stay.' And Jingle did." "Surrounded by his friends, Jingle felt very happy." "This made Jingle want to sing!" "See you later! Jingle, I've gotta go home." "Jingle felt very happy."
Guest

January 4, 2017.

I found if you repeat some of the phrases back to back jingle's response will be slightly different. When I say i love you jingle the 1st time jingle says I love you then if I repeat I love you jingle, jingle responds love you with an extended singing bark
Guest July 31, 2017

July 31, 2017.

He responds to some of the words that are not highlighted in red sometimes.
M_Stuy

September 30, 2017.

Our Jingle is a 2012 one as well. He seems to only reply to the phrases in the initial post. I wish he replied to "I love you".
Guest

November 17, 2017.

It is important to say the phrases slowly and plainly without an accent.
Jingle

November 17, 2017.

Saying the phrases slowly and plainly is for helping the child learn to pronounce the words correctly.

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