A rattle of the happy canine once assured a young boy his coins were safely stored. To deposit more, a coin would be placed on the panting tongue then a wag of the tail would draw the tongue back into his mouth. Hence, drawing the coin into the inner mechanics and an empty belly.
When the dog can lap up no more coins, remove the single screw on his side. Withdraw the sum and replace the screw to begin filling the pooch once more.
The considerable weight of the cast iron makes the bank an excellent candidate to be used in need of a doorstop.
Not intended for children 12 years of age or younger.
Single screw opens bank.
7 3/4" long. 5 3/4" tall. 3 lbs. 14 oz.
Style: #30 CO 3030748
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