Ages 5+
Ages 5+

Veterinarian Starter Kit

$29.955.0

What you get

Discover the important work that veterinarians do through hands-on play! Check up on a favorite stuffed animal with a stethoscope, syringe, and other handy vet tools. Explore animal anatomy by assembling organ and muscle systems. Play a "find the fracture" game using an x-ray lightbox and a set of animal cards. Learn to read cat and dog body language, and how vets understand animals when they can't talk. (It's ruff, but possible!)

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From the desk of the product designer:

Behind the design


Little veterinarians-in-training will love using the tools in this crate (including a mini X-ray machine!) to patch up their stuffed animal friends.
- The KiwiCo Product Design team

By the numbers

Stuffed animal friends cured from illness during product testing: 43

Different animals you get to X-ray in the crate: 4

X-ray machine prototypes created: 23

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5.0

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Heidi

This is the best Kiwi crate. My 5 year old daughter expressed interest in being a veterinarian so I ordered this. It is so cool! The x-Ray kit is so cool. The skeletal system, organs and muscles were educational and engaging. The dr equipment has provided many hours of play. Could not be more impressed!

Ericka

my niece absolutely loved it! it was right up her alley

Lorie

My grandson, age 7, was so excited about the veterinarian kit. He pulled out many of his stuffed animals. He played Vet with me, his grandmother, for a long time by Facetime. He displayed a lot of knowledge about animals. He interacted with me about how to realistically treat his patients. He treated his playing like a real business also. He was deciding how many hours his clinic would be open and that he would be on call for emergencies. We both had so many fun and my grandson was learning a lot of skills as we played. I can't think of a way to improve the kit other than give the animals a brain. I noticed that seemed to be missing from the anatomies.