Tuesday, May 2, 2017

A Dog's Purpose Home Movie Night - #MyDogsPurpose

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Sorry peeps...For this post, Terra won't be having her say.  This is her fur baby, Helen, and I'm taking over for this one.  I'm gonna tell you all about the A Dog's Purpose Home Movie Night held at our house a couple days ago.

I knew I was spoiled, but I got a box of swag.  So, while the humans watched A Dog's Purpose, I played with a new dog toy and ate Emma Lou's Chicken Jerky out of a branded dog bowl.  On a side note, the Chicken Jerky was so, so good.  If you want your owner to get you some, have them go to the Emma Lou's Kitchen website and use the coupon code BAILEY to receive 10% off their order.


I'm going to make a guess and say the humans liked A Dog's Purpose.  I heard a few laughs come out of them.  I even saw a couple of them cry.  I didn't pay a whole lot of attention but my owner said that it was worth watching, even if there were some sad scenes.  She wanted me to let you know that it's good clean entertainment and an enjoyable family film.  The plot and story was overall good.  A kid named Ethan owns a dog named Bailey and they spend a lot of time being best buds (kind of like me and Adam).  Sad to say, Bailey passes away.  But, like a cat with nine lives, Bailey comes back in the form of other dog breeds (but not a Labrabull like me).  Bailey touches the lives of many people and shows the power of compassion and love.  I won't give it away but the ending was the best part.  

An uplifting and inspirational look at life through the eyes of man’s best friend warms hearts this Spring with A Dog's Purpose, available on Digital HD, DVD, On Demand, and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack now.   A Dog’s Purpose on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD includes deleted scenes, outtakes, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, and more.

Have you viewed A Dog's Purpose, or do you plan on watching it?
What's your favorite breed of dog?

1 comments:

alissa apel said...

I don't have a preference, but I think Chow dogs are super cute! I like funky looking dogs. For sure if I were to get one, I'd have to look into their traits. For us we'd need an outdoor dog because of my stupid allergies. I don't know if that's fair to a dog on those really hot, or really cold days.