Pound Puppies were a fad toy that rose to popularity in 1985. Launched by Tonka, they were a spin-off concept from the popular Cabbage Patch Dolls. The puppies were a variety of plush stuffed dog dolls with floppy ears and droopy eyes. Each one came in a carrying case with adoption papers. In 1988, Tri-Star Pictures released a Pound Puppies movie entitled 'Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw'.
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