docmcstuffinsmobileJust like the mobile clinic Doc’s dad builds for her to first transport Norton on the Disney Jr.’s popular Doc McStuffins TV Show, kids can take their check-ups on the go with the new Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile, from Just Play. This mobile pull-along treatment center is adorable with its heart-shaped handle, sparkly pink fold-down platform in the front, and roll of stickers kids can pull from the dispenser in the front. The back doors open up to reveal a pull-out ramp and rolling gurney, and Doc’s tools are conveniently stored on the side of the vehicle, including the light and sound EKG, otoscope, and thermometer.

One cute feature I like is the radio. When kids press the button, the siren and light on top are activated. Sounds and lights also activate when kids pull the vehicle along with them. The handle conveniently stores underneath for storage or for stationary play. Kids also get to apply stickers to the side and front compartment of the vehicle, which I like because it gives kids the feeling of making it complete.

I think the best part of the Get Better Talking Mobile is its size. The gurney and interior are large enough for kids to treat stuffed animals and dolls (including Lambie!), and perhaps even squeeze in a paramedic or a friend. The fold-out front compartment also features a storage drawer, letting kids stash anything they want. Perfect for imaginative play, kids will feel just like their favorite toy-healing Doc with this great life sized toy.

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Christine Duhaime

Christine Duhaime

Christine Duhaime is an associate editor at Adventure Publishing Group. She contributes to leading trade magazines The Toy Book and The Licensing Book and manages all editorial content for She also contributes to seasonal publication The Halloween Insider and blogger reference site Christine is a nostalgia junkie and a plush enthusiast. She enjoys exploring and photography, and is always up for an impromtu adventure. You can follow her on Instagram @christineduhaime.