Out now on DVD from Millcreek Entertainment is The Secret Lives of Dogs which is 4 Paw-some Family Films. The movies on this DVD are Summer’s Shadow which is about a sweet, stray dog to change the life of a 12 year old Summer Larsen and those around her. Summer has a big heart in a maturity beyond her years. And shadow, name for always following her around, was destined to be her dog. But for how long? And at what price?
Ugly Benny we’ve all heard the saying ”you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover”, and perhaps nobody embodies the sage wisdom of that advice better than Benny. A fuzzy, from bold, tiny ball of frazzled yarn with four paws and two sweet eyes speak it out, he has changed the lives of those around him. Designer Pups young upcoming fashionista, Stacy Leiman, gets a rude awakening when she fails to land an internship under one of the city’s biggest fashion designers, Michael. But with the help of her fashion forward dogs, Stella and Coco, she will get her big break in take over the runway. Bandit And The Saints of Dogwood Lenna, her furry best friend bandit and a few friends plan to pull a prank on the principal the last the of school. The night of their dastardly deed, they cross paths with a gang of thieves and get caught. For punishment, they are sent to summer camp and it’ll take to help the kids escaping get back home.
My Opinion: these four movies are cute and great family films with over six hours of running time you’ll have movies for almost every day of the week. I love animal movies and how they make you feel the just so cute and cuddly and make you forget all your problems. This DVD is Dove family approved as well.
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