Random set of the day: Puppy Playground

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Puppy Playground

Puppy Playground

©2000 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 3150 Puppy Playground, released in 2000. It's one of 11 Scala sets produced that year. It contains 35 pieces, and its retail price was US$8.

It's owned by 73 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


21 comments on this article

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By in United States,

WOOF
That's a set alright...

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By in New Zealand,

Is that set alright?

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By in United States,

Mama dog: "Ok, we are ready to bark when we need to get out of the way of BF crowds?"

Little dog: (barks questionably)

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By in United States,

Even Scala sets had base plates. Crazy

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By in Australia,

Okay, about half of that set looks like it's just felt pieces. Too far in the wrong direction, Scala.

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By in United States,

That background looks like a glorious psychedelic sunset. Wow. High art, man.

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By in United States,

Ew, is that a Clikits knockoff? Where's the real deal!?

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By in United States,

The baseplate is the only part that looks like LEGO to me.

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By in United States,

The larger dog looks like it's wearing boots or something.

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By in Germany,

The table with the three plates consists of real Lego pieces! :O
Joking aside, there is even an alternative build. In your face, Land Rover!

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By in Slovenia,

Scala dolls are much better them Mattel. They can stand on their own! And as with Clicits, some parts are very usefull.

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By in Finland,

I wasn't able to find this gorgeous set in Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History. How could they make such a terrible omission?

Thankfully they seem to be bringing back foam pieces in the Trolls sets!

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By in Hungary,

dogi

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By in United Kingdom,

...genuinely cannot tell if those dogs are real or part of the box art everything is so over-saturated

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By in Germany,

This is some truly psychedelic box art.

What I found most interesting is that some pieces I thought originated from Friends actually came from Scala it seems (dish, round plate with flower edge, and above all SAUSAGE!)

Also, checking the inventory on Bricklink, this special Scala baseplate design is very interesting. Quite a bit more versatile than standard baseplates. Might need to get me some of those for some experimental MOC'ing.

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By in United Kingdom,

I require hospitalisation... seeing this damaged me beyond repair. Unless we see a true classic tomorrow!

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By in United Kingdom,

Aww I like this. Would look good with my Playmobil animals.

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By in Sweden,

My kids would enjoy this... Don't have to tell them it's supposed to be Lego :)

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By in United States,

Interesting history lesson, but there's a reason only 73 Brickset members own it.

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By in Poland,

I remember playing with this set and how one of sausages fell down in the crack in wooden floor.
Today I would never get this lol

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By in Venezuela,

The funny thing is, if you let actual puppies play with this, they'd utterly trash it.

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