Yes, this model, detailed in a book entitled Practical Robot Circuits could move, see and hear.
In a series of photos (some in X-ray format) and accompanying text, the book describes each of the different “senses” of the dog and their constituent components. The robodog had eyes (photocells), ears (microphones), nostrils (NTC resistors) a bark (loudspeaker) and a navigational system (radar). The dog also had a life-like tongue, although this didn’t contain taste sensors. A system of levers and motors moved the legs and neck, and a central battery supplied the robot’s power.