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Paw Patrol Merchandise


Paw Patrol is one of the most successful TV series since 2015. Similar to the franchise of Ninja Turtles, Paw Patrol target both girl and boy but the majority of the viewers are boys. Paw Patrol develop their marketing channels faster and invested massively on Paw Patrol merchandise across the world including toys, plush, electronic games and videos expansions.

Cool Backstory

Hi, guys! This is a backstory for the members of the paw patrol! Hope you like it!


~Ryder and Chase~

A small, energetic boy walked along with his parents towards the pet store. Ryder, his mom Rachel, and his dad Noah. Ryder’s 7th birthday was a few days ago and his parents promised him a dog.

When Ryder got to the store, he ran over to an area filled with cages with a dog in each. In a few large tank-like areas beside that area were a bunch of puppies. When he saw the puppies, he pressed his face up against the glass and watched them.

“Well, Ryder, have you made a choice?” A gentle female voice said.

“Not yet, Mom.” he said.

He watched a couple of labs pounce on each other in one tank. In another, he saw some golden retrievers fighting over a ball. All the tanks had two or three puppies, except for one. One had a single german shepherd puppy sitting all alone. This puppy had caught Ryder’s eye. It was a small, scruffy, puppy. Anyone who stopped to look at the pup just passed by, as the pup wouldn’t do anything.

Ryder walked over to the puppy and tried to get its attention.

“Hi, puppy!” He said.

The puppy glanced at him but didn’t do anything.

“You look sad. I wish you would be happy.”

The puppy looked at Ryder with a little more interest. Most people just passed by and ignored him. But this particular boy didn’t.

“Do you want to play?” The boy asked, smiling.

The puppy stood up and walked a little closer to Ryder.

“You already look happier!”

The puppy started to wag his tail, clearly becoming excited.

Ryder giggled and walked away.

The puppy sat back down, looking even more glum than before. He thought he had found someone, but he felt sadly mistaken.

A moment later, the boy came back with his mom and pointed to the german shepherd.

“I want that one! Mom! This one, this one!” The boy said.

“Are you sure? He’s scruffy and scrawny. And German Shepherds can be a mess!” She sounded a little disappointed.


“All right, then.”

Ryder leaned up against the glass once more and made a silly face when he grinned. “Hey, boy! I’m gonna get you a good home! You can have food twice a day! And I’ll brush you at least once a week! We can play tag outside, and I’ll take you to the park! Right here in Adventure Bay!”

The puppy understood what this meant and leapt up from his spot. He jumped and howled with excitement. When a hand reached in to pick him up, he stood still, wagging his tail and letting his tongue hang out of his mouth. As soon as he was put down, he raced into Ryder’s open arms and licked the boy’s face. He was going to get a new home!

“I think this puppy likes you, Ryder.” His dad said approvingly.

The store’s owner handed Ryder a small leash for the puppy. “This puppy’s been awful quiet the last couple weeks. I think he’s going to be very happy with you! Make sure you hold on tight to the leash when you take him on walks. German Shepherds can be very strong and energetic. But they’re also very loyal.”

“Ryder, we’re trusting you to take your puppy home safely, ok? We will stay here and buy some extra materials for your puppy. We have some food at home, but we need bowls and brushes. Things like that. Take your puppy home, and we’ll see you in a bit, ok?” Ryder’s mom said, very serious.

“Ok, mom! We’ll be fine!” Ryder put the leash on his puppy.

“One more thing, Ryder.” His dad stopped him.

“Umm, what is that?” Ryder said, uncertainly.

“What are you going to call your puppy?”

“Oh, umm….”He trailed off as he watched his puppy, who was sniffing at something on the floor, then began to spin in circles chasing his tail. “Silly puppy, chasing your tail!”

The puppy looked up at Ryder then resumed his chase.

“Wait a sec, that’s it! How about Chase?” Ryder said, suddenly.

“Chase. That sounds like a great name!” his dad said.

“Lovely!” His mother agreed. “We’ll see you later!”

“Ok! Bye!” Ryder and Chase ran out the doors.

“Chase, I’m glad I got you. You’re a special pup. We can do anything together, I can just feel it! We can save lives one day! We can even get cats out of trees!” Ryder said with a giggle. “I can see my house now! It’s just over there! Actually, it’s an apartment. Right next to town hall! We have a great view! And there’s lots of grass near by! There’s even a beach really close, too! You know my favorite thing to look at? That old look out! It looks like a light house! But it’s so tall! Right there on that big, flat hill! I wish I could go look at it someday. But it’s old and run down. Mom and Dad say it’s not safe, but they want to go see it too. Besides that look out, everything here is safe! But what if someday it wasn’t safe? What if there was an emergency? We don’t have any police or firefighters or anything like that near by. We’re really close to my apartment building now! All we have to do is walk in and get in the elevator!”

About five feet from the door, Ryder heard a loud *Boom!* near by.

“What was that?” Ryder turned around to see a building on fire and falling apart rapidly. “What’s happening?” Ryder had never seen an actual fire like this. He began to run in the direction of the fire until he realized it was the pet shop. “Oh no! Mom! Dad!” He hadn’t seen them come out of the building yet. What if they were in there? What would happen to them? He kept running in the fire’s direction, tears forming in his eyes and Chase just behind him.

“Get away from here, kid! You’re running towards a huge fire! You could be killed!” Someone grabbed his shirt and held him back.

“No! My Mom and Dad are in there!” Ryder began to cry.

“Well, I’m sorry to say, kid, that anyone caught in there would be dead.” The man replied.

Chase was still running towards the fire, but he stopped just outside the building. He was barking as loudly as he could and trying to get inside to everyone inside.

Ryder and Chase hated sitting and doing nothing, waiting for a far off fire department to show up, and listening to the howls and cries from inside. Yowling cats and howling pups were heard inside the building, dieing from inhaled smoke, or being burnt.

The fire department finally made an appearance and began to put the fire out. As soon as it was out, they went in to see if they could find any survivors. By then, Ryder was standing just outside the building, Chase next to him. They weren’t allowed to enter, but they could see everything because so much of the building had been burnt away.

Ryder looked at all the motionless cats and dogs, but failed to see any human beings. All he saw of his parents were his moms handbag and his dad’s hat, which had somehow survived the fire.

Ryder took a few steps closer to the building and bumped into a girl about his age.

“Sorry!” he said, looking at her. She was short and blond, and looked like she had been crying. “What’s wrong?” he asked.

“My mom was in there! She’s not coming out! One of those men told me she was gone.” she sobbed.

“I’m sorry. I-I know how you feel. I’m Ryder.”

“How can you know how I feel, Ryder! It’s not like you lost your mom to a terrible fire a week after your birthday!”
“Actually, it’s just like that. My birthday was two days ago. Both my parents were in there.”

“Oh. I’m sorry. I’m Kaitlyn. But my parents call me Katie.”

“It’s nice to meet you, Katie.” Ryder looked down at Chase and picked the puppy up into his arms. Ryder looked kind of like Chase did earlier in his little shelter.

“You look sad. I wish you’d be happy.” Katie said to Ryder after a minute.

Ryder smiled, remembering that he said the same thing in the store.

Suddenly, Ryder saw something move out of the corner of his eye. “Is that-?”

There was a burnt kitten trying to stand up near the used-to-be doors of the store.

“Oh, the poor thing!” Katie exclaimed, bending down to examine the kitten.

Apparently, the kitten saw her and stood up to slowly walk over to Katie and lean against the girl.

“Oh!” Katie was a little surprised.

“I think this kitten likes you, Katie!”

“And this Katie likes the kitten!”

“What are you going to call her?” Ryder asked.

“Huh? I don’t know if I can take her home…”Katie said sadly.

“Well, this kitten needs help. Not many people would help it, and it seems to have taken a liking to you.”

“That’s a nice name.” Ryder commented.

“Thanks. Um, we don’t really have anything else to do. Do you want to go to my place? I’m in apartment 104 in that building.” She said, pointing.

“Really? I live in apartment 98 in the same building! We’re only 3 doors away from each other!”

“Neat!” Katie said, brightening up.

“I might have lost my mom and dad, but I also got three new friends!”


“I got Chase here today as a birthday present. He’s my new friend. So’s Callie and you!”

“I think we’re going to be good friends, Ryder.”

“Me too!” the seven year old boy agreed.

Chase barked in agreement.

“You know, I think that someday, I’m going to open a new pet shop!” Katie exclaimed.

“And I’m going to start a big group so that when emergencies like this happen, they can be stopped sooner! We can save lives!”

Chase barked happily in agreement. Callie purred and the two fell asleep in their new owners’ arms.

So, this is not the end! This is just the first chapter! I hope you enjoyed it! Tell me what you think! Comments give me motivation, so I can update sooner! This was the story of Chase and Ryder. I guess it was kind of Callie and Katie, too, but yeah! Look forward to chapter 2! Find related toddlers toys online.


Paw Patrol 2 is more likely to come out in 2017 – we will keep you up to date for all new Paw Patrol news.

risk board game

Risk Board Game

Lead your troops to take down your opponents. Take a risk, conquer new lands and Rule the world!


  • Fun for ages 10 and up
  • Ideal for 4 to 6 players
  • Play with the whole family and friends

In RISK you’ll gather your armies to march across continents and reinforce your borders. Carefully craft your strategy — you’ll face your opponents on the field of battle and they’ll give the fight everything they’ve got. Keep advancing until you’ve defeated all of your foes and taken over the world! Risk board game is a classical board game from Hasbro, you will use dice to fight your opponents.

Includes in the Risk gameboard, armies with 40 Infantry, 12 Cavalry, and 8 Artillery each, deck of 56 Risk cards, 1 card box, 5 dice, 5 cardboard war crates, and game guide.
• Take over the world in this game of strategy conquest with various game options and how the game will end
• Features updated figures — includes 300 figures
• Improved Mission cards speed up the game; features 12 Secret Missions
• Rich board art draws players into the Risk gaming world
• Includes 5 war crates for easy storage
• Ages 10 and up

We recommend players to save 2 hrs for this game as it is long and intense.
• For 2 to 5 players.

Read more games reviews. You can alternatively get more information about the price in Australia at Games Paradise.

Sushi Go Party Review

9/10 – Sushi Go Party Review


You probably already know the first and standard Sushi Go. Players sit around a table and each of you is dealt a hand of cards depicting sushi rolls, tempura, wasabi and so on. Importantly, all of these snacks score points in different ways. Maki rolls give 4 points to the player who gets the most. One tempura card is useless, but a pair of tempura cards is worth 5 points. Each little nigiri card scores between 1 and 3 points, but this can be tripled by wasabi card.

In the new version Sushi Go Party, you will have more cards with so many different choice. At beginning of each game, you have to choose 12 cards among 24+ options. This give you an unlimited amount of game version.

Thank you for reading Sushi Go review. You can find more games and toddlers toys on toddlertoys.net.au.