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Best Paw Patrol Toys

Save the day in Adventure Bay.

Oh yes, parents, we have all lived through PAW Patrol. The mind-melding show is about six rescue dogs, led by Ryder, who are all part of the elite four-legged squad known as PAW Patrol.

Guided by the mantra that no job is too big and no pup is too small, the six canines of PAW Patrol work together on their rescue missions. Fan favorites include plucky Skye, police dog Chase and firefighter Marshall.

Ostensibly, the series teaches kids to work as a team to solve problems and overcome obstacles.

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Naturally, a show like PAW Patrol has endless amounts of loot affiliated with it. And it’s not cheap, let us assure you. That’s we, ahem, pawed through it to bring you the best PAW Patrol toys you should buy.

Snowstorm? What snowstorm? PAW Patrol doggie Everest saves the snow day with her snow plow, which has moving claws on the front to clear the road.

As you might have deduced from her name, Everest is proficient in snow. This set includes her snow plow, which clears every road in Adventure Bay. It has real working treads, and comes with the Everest action figure. Woof.

Every denizen of Adventure Bay needs to own this PAW Patroller, which has a real working elevator to take the doggie vehicles up to Ryder’s Command Center. The PAW Patrol rescue vehicle fits three of the regular-sized cars for transport, and makes sounds from the show.

The cool thing here is, kids can open up the PAW Patroller command center and can use it to store and display six PAW Patrol vehicles. There’s even a landing pad for Skye’s chopper.

It's now PAW Patrol without the actual, you know, PAW patrollers. This set includes Skye, Zuma, and Rocky action figures.

These PAW Patrol canines will get the job done, especially after kids press their corresponding badges. The badges are meant for kids, who can wear them while playing.

Kids can learn teamwork with PAW Patrol, and they'll love this two-foot tall tower. It has interactive lights and sounds, and has a rotating periscope at the top of the top of the tower.

This tower is the perfect size and height for Adventure Bay aficionados. It’s got a working elevator and slide, and a button that lights up to get the pups ready for work. The set includes Chase and Marshall figures, plus a Chase vehicle and pup packs.

This PAW Patrol play set includes Chase's vehicle, tricked out with new tech. Kids repair the fallen bridge and send Chase on his next mission, to save Hootie the owl (as opposed to anyone in the Blowfish).

Chase zooms around the track, and winds up rescuing the trapped owl. It’s a lovely message for kids, and a great way to engage in social pretend play.

Who needs the Batmobile when you have the Mission Patroller? It transforms from hover (helicopter) mode into plane mode by rotating the propellers, and has lights and sounds galore.

When kids push the button at the top of the Air Patroller, they activate and flip the engines up and down. Real-sounding helicopter sounds ensue. The cockpit fits two figures, and four more can squeeze into the cargo bay. The set includes one Chase figure.

What, you thought PAW Patrol was only about planes? Think again. This construction truck is equipped with a movable front scoop and wrecking ball.

The set includes Rubble, and the truck has working lights, sounds, and moving parts, which means a swinging wrecking ball and a swiveling scooper.

Kids love them some Paw Patrol, and this ride-on toy will be a hit. It has handlebars to activate sounds and tunes, a removable walkie-talkie that activates sounds in the dash and a rotating hose that clicks and promotes tactile play. Plus, there's underseat storage for all their kiddie swag.

Great for kids one and up, this Paw Patrol ride-on bring Adventure Bay home. Kids have to use their feet to move themselves forward, so they burn up plenty of energy.

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