Major German Shepherd


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Major, our giant sized, deluxe plush is fashioned after the popular German Shepherd Dog! He’s as brave as the toughest police dogs and as gentle as the special service dogs who lead the blind. Best of all, he’s affectionate and loyal and ready to become a treasured member of your family. And at about 32” long, Major is nearly the size of a real Shepherd! His hefty plush body is made with huggably soft materials featuring realistic colors and markings. Major has the endearingly large ears typical of his breed, expressive brown eyes, and airbrushed facial details. This giant stuffed animal is ready to come lounge on your couch or stretch out across your bed. Adopt him for yourself or give him as an unforgettable gift to any lover of the noble German Shepherd breed!

Additional information

Weight97.2 oz
Dimensions31 × 19 × 10 in

24 Months & Up


Black, Brown


32" Long


(81 cm)

Stuffed Toy Size

Extra Large




German Shepherd

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Excellent customer service

As soon as I placed my order I realized I mistyped address information. Called and spoke with someone right away who fixed it for me. Package arrived on time and packaged well. It was exactly what my kiddo wanted for their birthday and they were so happy! It’s so soft and even scares my dog (and us haha) with how life like it is. So happy with my purchase!


You did a great job of getting the order together and sent out fast and the product looked great thanks for a great job

Major German Shepherd

It was beyond my expectations. What a beautiful plush. Huge. Bigger than my kid. She sleeps with it on her bed.

Pooja Khator

My daughter loved it! Great quality and realistic! Also arrived early!

Best in breed, but flawed

Major is the most realistic toy German Shepherd I could find on the web. But he has some flaws. His tail is too short, his muzzle is too square, he has no mouth, no toenails (not even painted on), no details on his nose or paws, one of his ears is half flopped over, he isn't poseable, and he has long seams on the tops of his front legs. For a $150 stuffed animal, my expectations are high.

That said, he is super-cuddly, has a nice pose, adorabe expression, lovely eyes, has some heft to him, and has very pettable fur that's about as close as you can get to a real dog. Is that worth $150? Only you can decide.