Who let the Dogs out?!

“A dog doesn’t care if you’re rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull.  Give him your heart and he will give you his.”

Marley and Me (2008) – John Grogan (Owen Wilson)

Dogs, “a man’s best friend”. There when you need them most. A dog or any pet can get us through the hardest times, such as the current situation we are all in.

If you are an animal lover, or feeling lonely in quarantine, we have gathered the perfect list of movies based around pets! These films will have you laughing, crying and snuggling your pooch or perhaps inspire you to get a new one.

Either way, we guarantee hours of furry cuteness! So snuggle up, grab some treats  and enjoy!

Marley And Me (2008)

Available on Amazon Prime.  Marley and me is about a family that learns important life lessons from their adorable, but naughty and neurotic dog.

The Secret Life of Pets (2016)

This fun animated classic will have you very curious about what your pets do when you are away. In this film, you will view the world through a lens of the quiet life of a terrier named Max who is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.

Homeward bound; The Incredible Journey (1993)

The ultimate family classic. A fun-loving American bulldog pup, a hilarious Himalayan cat, and a wise old golden retriever embark on a long trek through the rugged wilderness of the Sierra Nevada mountains in a quest to reach home and their beloved owners.

My Dog Skip (2000)

Available on HBO, a shy boy grows up in 1940s Mississippi with the help of his beloved dog, Skip. This film is a great example of why Dogs are a man’s, and kid’s, best friend.

Beethoven (1992)

Raising a pet isn’t always easy, this film shows how much responsibility owning a pet can be when a  slobbering St. Bernard becomes the center of attention for a loving family, but must contend with a dog-napping veterinarian and his henchmen.

Woof Woof! See you at the Ruby! (soon)



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135 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan, Wa., USA, 98831
135 E. Woodin Ave. Chelan, Wa. USA, 98831


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