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What is a Vermont teddy bear worth?

How do you wash a Vermont Teddy Bear?

Teddy Bears 20” and smaller can be washed in the washing machine on a low cycle with a mild detergent. We suggest putting your Teddy Bear in our Bear Care Kit or a pillow case to prevent the eyes from scratching. Once washed, air dry your Teddy Bear and then brush out his or her fur with a comb.

What bears are in Vermont?

The black bear (Ursus americanus) is the smallest of the three bear species found in North America. It is the only bear found in Vermont.

Who is John Sortino?

John Sortino, MD is a Internal Medicine Specialist in Boca Raton, FL and has over 34 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Universita Degli Studi Di Roma La Sapienza (Facolta I), Facolta Di Medicina E Chirurgia I medical school in 1987.

How long has Vermont Teddy Bear been in business?

Our story started in 1981 when our founder opened a cart on Church Street in Burlington, Vermont and began selling Teddy Bears that he made in his garage. Thirty-five years later, our Bears continue to be best friends, a part of the family and beloved heirlooms.

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Why is it called a teddy bear?

One of the world's most beloved toys was named in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt, after he refused to shoot a bear during a Mississippi hunting trip in November 1902. During the trip, guides clubbed a bear and tied it to a tree then invited the president to shoot it.Aug 20, 2014

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How long do teddy bears last?

The teddybear has a long life expectancy, often 15 to 18 years.

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Are Vermont Teddy Bears Safe for Babies?

Are your Teddy Bears safe for children? Classic* Vermont Teddy Bears are 100% child safe when "Bear Nekkid". Please remove any clothing or accessories before giving to a child 3 years or younger. (*Mohair Bears are not recommended for children 3 years or younger.)

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How big was the short faced bear?

Ice age short-faced bears were the largest mammalian land carnivore to ever live in North America. These bears were nearly 1.5 metres high when walking normally, but stood about 3.4 metres tall when on their hind legs. They could have had a vertical reach of more than 4.3 metres.

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What does a real bear look like?

Bears are found on the continents of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Common characteristics of modern bears include large bodies with stocky legs, long snouts, small rounded ears, shaggy hair, plantigrade paws with five nonretractile claws, and short tails.

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What is in the bear family?

Bears are mammals that belong to the family Ursidae. ... There are eight species: Asiatic black bears (also called moon bears), brown bears (which include grizzly bears), giant pandas, North American black bears, polar bears, sloth bears, spectacled bears (also called Andean bears), and sun bears.

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What company makes Teddy Bears in Vermont?

Vermont Teddy Bear Company. The Vermont Teddy Bear Company (VTB) is one of the largest producers of teddy bears and the largest seller of teddy bears by mail order and Internet. The company handcrafts each of its teddy bears and produces almost 500,000 teddy bears each year.

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What does VTB stand for in teddy bears?

Vermont Teddy Bear Company. The Vermont Teddy Bear Company (VTB) is one of the largest producers of teddy bears and the largest seller of teddy bears by mail order and Internet.

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What is the history of teddy bears?

Our Story Started in 1981 when our founder opened a cart on Church Street in Burlington, Vermont and began selling Teddy Bears that he made in his garage. Over thirty-five years later, our Bears continue to be best friends, members of the family and beloved heirlooms.

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What is Ms teddy bear?

We are one of the largest plush stuffed animal toys companies in the world and are proud to offer our unique brand “MS TEDDY BEAR”. We offer hundreds of different styles of stuffed animals from traditional teddy bears to other stuffed animals such as black black bear, dog, cat, cow, monkey, panda, giraffe, elephant, tiger,...

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