Miranda Lambert Launches Pet Product Line

Parent Herald March 19, 04:30 am

Because of her love for animals, "Over You" singer Miranda Lambert has launched a line of pet products last March 16. The country singer's newest business sells mostly accessories for your furry friends.

Dubbed The MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert, the product line for pets does not only sell items for cats and dogs but also aids in the rescue and adoption programs of these pets, Channel3000 said. It also mentioned that this venture is Lambert's partnership with international brand Petmate.

Part of the sales of the pet accessories will go to the singer's MuttNation Foundation, an organization founded in 2009 which offers adoption and rescue for pets and aims to "end pet suffering and homelessness in the United States and abroad."

On her Instagram account, Lambert shared how happy she is about her pet product line. "I'm excited to let y'all know that I'm launching a line of pet products, toys, bedding and apparel etc..." she mentioned in the caption.

According to a press release, the products were first introduced in the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida. It explained that Lambert's love for animals since she was a kid pushed her to start the foundation and eventually the pet products line.

"The creation of MuttNation is a dream come true. It's an extension of me and my mom's love for all dogs and our goal of helping every dog find a happy, loving home," Lambert said in the press release. "We are beyond THRILLED to have Petmate as a committed and trustworthy partner that shares that same vision. There are millions of beautiful dogs looking for homes and it is our hope that in addition to raising money, we will raise awareness to the joy of adopting a shelter pet."

She claimed that pet owners can buy a lot of things from the MuttNation since they offer a variety of products like leashes, toys, apparel, beddings and feeding items. A notable offering of Lambert's pet line is the "Rescue Mutts collection of six plush puppies."

These toy puppies were reportedly made from real-life rescue dogs. Each dog has a story to tell like how it was rescued and was adopted by a new family.

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