Teddy Ruxpin was the official Spokesbear for The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Cam Clark voices Snoopy in the Worlds of Wonder Snoopy tapes. Cam also voices Leonardo in the 1988 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series
There was a Teddy Ruxpin promotion at the fast food restaurant, Wendy's. There were flocked figures of, Teddy, Grubby, Wooly, Fob, and a non-flocked Gimmick. These are smaller than the usual Teddy Ruxpin PVC figure.
There are 2 versions of the fob puppets. One has googly eyes, which is more common of the two, and the other has static eyes that stay in place.
A Charlie Brown was to be released to be the companion talker to Snoopy. Ultimately Charlie Brown never saw the light of day, only existing in prototype form
A few official Teddy Ruxpin pin badges exist. Some examples are the Icecapades pin and the "I met Teddy Ruxpin" pin
A VHS called "Come Dream with me Tonight" was released which is fully live action with songs from Teddy Ruxpin Lullabies
TJ Bearytales was to have direct to DVD cartoons made by the Jim Henson Company, which never came out and only a few clips from a demo reel are online. Funnily enough the Jim Henson Company was also to make a Teddy Ruxpin cartoon series which never came out as well. You can watch a teaser that was made here: Teddy Ruxpin TV Show Concept Teaser cancelled
Originally, some of the earlier Hi-Tops VHS releases came with bonuses. Some bonuses would be a post card, chocolate chip cookie recipe, etc.
Teddy Ruxpin was to have an animated movie but was cancelled. A few cels can be found online from an animation test.