The modern dolls are obviously known for their cute pets! Ranging from dogs to cats to llamas to bunnies, they're all in this post!
Lindsey had a dog named Mr. Tiny in her stories, but he was never made.
Kailey had a dog named Sandy in her collection. Sandy isn't Kailey's dog, she's a dog Kailey meets at the beach and only is mentioned once, but never by name. Sandy made a barking noise when you pressed her paw and cost $18.
Marisol had a beloved cat named Rascal. Rascal came in the set called Marisol’s Dance Duffel and Cat for $24.
Jess didn’t have a pet, but she had a stuffed monkey named Toshi, who came in Jess’s Travel Accessories, which cost $24.
Nicki had two pets in her collection- Sprocket, a service dog that she trained, and Jackson, her horse. Sprocket was available as Nicki’s Dog-in-Training for $24 and Jackson was available for $65.
Mia didn’t have a pet, but her stuffed animal collection- a walrus and a penguin- was included in Mia’s Bedroom Accessories for $30.
Chrissa had a mini-llama named Starburst. She was sold as Charissa’s Pet Llama for $25.
Lanie had many animals in her collection. Her pet bunny, Lulu, was sold in Lanie’s Accessories for $32. Lanie also had a plush orangutan in Lanie’s Nightgown and Orangutan for $28, a racoon in the Racoon and Can set for $28, and a Wildlife Set with a squirrel, owl, fox and four butterflies for $34.
Kanani’s collection included her dog, Barksee, in her accessories for $28 and a monk seal that Kanani rescued as Hawaiian Monk Seal for $18- $1 from every seal went to the National Wildlife Federation. In her stories, Kanani had a rooster, but they never made the rooster.
McKenna had two pets- her dog, Cooper, was available as McKenna’s dog for $24 and her hamster, Polka Dot, was only available in McKenna’s Loft Bed Set, which cost $225.
Saige also had 2 pets- her dog Sam (often mistaken for her grandma’s dog Rembrandt) was available as Saige’s Dog for $24 and her grandma’s horse, Picasso, was available for $94. Picasso was the first American Girl horse to have posable limbs.
Isabelle had a kitten named Tutu, which was available for $22 as Isabelle’s Kitten.
Grace had a dog named Bonbon, which was available as Grace’s French Bulldog for $22.
Lea had three animals in her collection- a sloth, margay cat and sea turtle for $20 each. $1 from each animal went to the World Wildlife Fund.
Gabriela has a cat named Maya, which costs $22.
Tenney has a dog named Waylon, which costs $24.
Z has a dog named Popcorn, which costs $28. Popcorn was originally part of the Truly Me line as the Dalmatian Puppy.
Luciana has a unique pet- a robotic puppy named Orion that lights up and makes 20 noises. Orion costs $35.