Identifying Stuffed Animals?

Can anyone identify these stuffed animals? My parents got both these stuffed animals brand new back in late 2002 before I was born. It's been so long that my parents can't remember where they got them or what company they came from. Their tags don't do them justice.


The elephant doesn't even have tags anymore and the dog's tags are just blank and see through. They're generic stuffed animals so searching through the internet gives me nothing to work with.

The only thing I have that might help is for the dog. He's suppose to be floppy and not stuffed. They've also both got little beads filling their feet and butt.
I figured I'll try here first to see if anyone recognizes them from maybe a store or from a company website. It might be difficult given they've been very well loved. Dingy color and stuffing losing its shape. Thank you!

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December 19, 20200 found this helpful

Did the elephant have a tail?

He may have been from Animal Planet or world wildlife federation (?) foundation (?) (NOW called WWF).

What is he stuffed with? How tall is he?

If he is stuffed with beans, he may be a faded Beannie baby.

Maybe with more info I can get you a more concrete answer.

On the dog--what is he stuffed with and how long is he. He also reassembles a Beannie Baby--but without more info, I can't be sure.

Thanks! Hope to help with more info.

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December 19, 20200 found this helpful

Both are stuffed with regular stuffing and have beanie baby-ish beads in their feet and butts! Theyre about a foot long each and roughly 6-7inches tall, so theyre definitely not beanie babies.
The elephant does not have a tail, he has a little tiny nub with no fur at the end.
All I was able to find out was they were sold in a big basket of other generic stuffed animals from the same company at a ShopKo store back in 2002.

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