Pet parents can now unleash the magic of the Wizarding World for their pets as PetSmart and Warner Bros. Consumer Products launch the first-ever collection of Harry Potter pet products in North America, exclusive to PetSmart.
The spellbinding collection was developed by Fetch for Pets and includes everything from Hogwarts house-themed dog accessories and collars to charming character plush toys. From courageous Gryffindors and loyal Hufflepuffs to witty Ravenclaws and proud Slytherins, the collection has an accessory for every pup.
The Sorting Hat Burrow Toy, Harry Potter Crinkle Toy and the Dumbledore Crinkle Toy will charm dogs and captivate them for hours, while the Platform 93/4 Frisbee will transport them to a new level of play.
"We couldn't be more excited to partner with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on these exclusive accessories and toys to share the magic with this Harry Potter collection at PetSmart," said Kristin Shane, the senior vice president of merchandising for PetSmart. "We know pet parents will do anything for their pets. With the Wizarding World being such an iconic and beloved franchise, we know that this new collection will bring charm and joy and to both pet parents and their pets."
The full Harry Potter collection available exclusively at PetSmart includes:
"It is an honor to be entrusted to create the first-ever Harry Potter collection for pets in North America," said Fetch for Pets director of product development, Shayna Rabhan. "We've developed the perfect line of products that truly captures the intangible magic of Harry Potter. We are thrilled to finally see it come to life on the shelves at PetSmart this holiday season."
For more information on the exclusive Harry Potter collection at PetSmart Canada, including ways to shop, visit PetSmart.ca.
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