- Anvilicious / Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: The title alone makes the show's aesops of "We all need to get along" and "Unity, at it's best, is the only way out of your problems" crystal clear.
- Cult Classic: The series is another obscure Merchandise-Driven Saturday Morning Cartoon that happens to have a huge following amongst furries.
- Friendly Fandoms: With American Greetings corporate sibling Care Bears as well as that of The Raccoons.
- Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The series is quite the cult favorite in Brazil, with the translation of the show's theme song becoming a popular children's song in the country.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: Dotty Dog appears to be the most popular member of the gang. Also the members who did not travel over from the pilot.
- Retroactive Recognition:
- Montgomery is voiced by Sparky Marcus, who was previously the voice of Richie Rich.
- Dotty is voiced by Bettina (under her full name of Bettina Bush), who was previously the voice of Lucy Little, and voiced Rainbow Brite the same year. She would later go on to voice Megan in My Little Pony 'n Friends.
- Bingo is voiced by Scott Menville, who would later go on to be the voice of Ma-Ti and Robin.
- Mr. Hoofnagel and Officer Growler are both voiced by Don Messick, who is perhaps better known for the many roles he played on many of Hanna-Barbera's productions. Transformers fans will know him as the voice of the original Ratchet, which he was also voicing at the time.
- Popular with Furries: The show has a lot of furry fans, given it takes place in a World of Funny Animals.
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: Bingo in "The Get Along Gang Minus One". He learns that his family is moving but his friends don't believe him, thinking he's just lying to gain sympathy. Then they find out he's telling the truth but get mad again when they discover that the Beavers were just moving to a different house in town, thinking that Bingo purposely omitted that detail. Except Bingo never knew he was moving at all, let alone that he wouldn't be leaving town.
YMMV / The Get Along Gang