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As fans patiently wait for part one of season four of Stranger Things to arrive on Netflix on May 27, there are plenty of pieces of merch to check out. One brand that has introduced Upside Down-themed products is PetSmart. Now your dog can get into the 1980s sci-fi series thanks to this new collection of toys, collars, leashes, and more.
The whole collection features 14 items, most of which are toys for your pet to play with. Fans that love playing Dungeons & Dragons will recognize the red die-shaped plush toy for $10. Those who love Millie Bobby Brown’s character Eleven will notice her favorite snack, a frozen Eggo waffle, has been turned into a squeaker toy that says “Stuck upside down” for $7. Fans who identify with the rebellious Max can play tug of war with their dogs using her skateboard in rope toy form for $12.
You can even bring characters like Hopper and Eleven home with toys that look like them. The Hopper dog toy shows him in his police uniform, complete with beard and mustache, for $11, while Eleven looks like she did in season one with her pink dress, shaved head, and detachable blonde wig for $11.
There are even some costumes and clothes to dress your four-legged best friend up. Of course, no collection is complete without a logo T-shirt of the show, and now your dog can have one too for $15. Let your pet join Robin and Steve Harrington at the ice cream shop Scoops Ahoy by wearing an adorable, white nautical hat like the characters have in the show. The $10 set even comes with a name tag that can be added to a collar. You can also go classic with a collar and leash with the show’s logo.
Head over to PetSmart to check out all these goodies and more in the Stranger Things collection.
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