Toto Gets Emerald Bling for New Wizard of Oz

08/11/2011 at 09:00 AM EDT

Wizard of Oz Dog Toto Wears Emerald Green Swarovski Collar
Keith Pattison
Toto isn't in Kansas anymore – he's living in a new era.

A century after The Wizard of Oz first hit Broadway, Andrew Lloyd Webber has adapted the American classic for a production at London's Palladium. And he's giving special attention to one of the story's most important characters: Toto!

Online retailer UrbanPup.com has partnered with the legendary composer to design an Emerald Green crystal collar and lead set for Razzle, Dazzle and Topper, the three West Highland terriers who play Dorothy's loyal canine companion. And your little sidekick can look like a million bucks, too: The set is available for $53.84 on UrbanPup.com.





When Toto, Dorothy (played by newcomer Danielle Hope) and the gang get glam for their trip to the Emerald City, the canine actors don the dazzling Swarovoski crystal collar made of sterling silver and encrusted with citrine and clear crystals.

Although the green collar is Toto's primary costume, UrbanPup couldn't resist designing another to match Dorothy's iconic ruby slippers. Their lush velvet Ruby Red Swarovski dog collar (reminiscent of Judy Garland's original slippers, which were also adorned with Swarovski crystals) is a top seller – and perfect for no other place but home!

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