The wooden rocking animal grows with the child. It adapts from a baby walker, to a rocking dog for toddlers, to a rocking stool for older kids. The materials are carefully sourced; the plywood base is painted with sustainable and eco friendly paint from eicó, the wheels are soft polyurethane. All screws for adapting to the different stages are hidden under solid birch wood knobs, which are placed between the wheels and serve as well as handles representing the eyes and the tail of the dog.
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