Sylvanian Kennelworth Dog Family

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Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.

Sylvanian Families

Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.


Kennelworth Family

The Kennelworth dalmatian dogs are a current family, appearing as a standard family of four, the brother features as USA in the Around the World set (2010) and two cousins appear in Dressing Up Time. There are also separate sets for the baby and the twins. An unusual feature of the Kennelworths is their dalmatian spots are particular to each figure, the males have eye patches for example. All figures are still available as of 2015.
The Kennelworth family comprise:- Listed
Montgomery Father Yes
Dorothy Mother Yes
Rufus Brother Yes
Rufus (As USA) Brother No
Clara Sister Yes
Dash Baby Twin  
Dot Baby Twin  
Hannah Cousin  
Michael Cousin  
  • Montgomery Kennelworth Montgomery Kennelworth Father Montgomery Kennelworth really enjoys doing his own decorating. He fully enjoys the boring bits, like sanding down the woodwork and stripping off the old wallpaper
  • Dorothy Kennelworth Dorothy Kennelworth Mother Dorothy Kennelworth is a workaholic and loves to help Mongomery, if she’s not doing this she’s doing that. In fact she seems to be doing 101 things all at the same time.
  • Clara Kennelworth Clara Kennelworth Sister Clara Kennelworth is altogether more serious. She loves doing crosswords and lots of different competitions. But most of all, her favourite is the ‘Sylvanian Spot the Difference’ competition in the local paper.
  • Rufus Kennelworth Rufus Kennelworth Brother Rufus Kennelworth is an easy-going, fun loving little boy. As everything seems so simple to him; his father says that: “He sees everything in black & white”.
Figures in grey boxes are deemed collectable as they are no longer available
Figures in green boxes are still currently available.
Figures are graded Excellent if totally original and without marks or blemishes
Figures graded Good may either lack an ancillary item (usually clothing) or not have an original one.
Figures graded Fair may lack clothing or not have original clothing and show some wear and tear.
The adults are 80 mm high, the children are 65 mm high.