8. Piutre USA: Finally, a way to answer "I want a pony" that doesn't result in thousands of dollars in stable fees. Italian toymaker Riccardo Chiavetta originally designed these lifelike stuffed animals in the late 1970s, building some to scale. When buying a dog, you must select a Borzoi ($220-$1,023), Havanese ($200) or Shiba Inu ($145-$598) from the company's more than 70 breeds. Piutre also has standard teddy bears ($105-$234), but its clientele is more likely to go for a grizzly ($4,200) one of its dozens of wild animals or its 53-inch-tall pony ($2,875).

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