These Family-Friendly Films Are Perfect For National Puppy Day

March 23, 2016 — It’s National Puppy Day, the perfect day to hunker down with the kids and watch a trio of family-friendly (and pet-friendly) comedies that will delight all dog-lovers — and everyone else.

Watch these films now:

My Magic Dog (also known as My Ghost Dog). Lucky the Golden Retriever is only visible to his 8-year old owner Toby. But when Toby needs help, Lucky can certainly make his presence felt. When Toby’s nasty Aunt Violet tries to steal all of Toby’s money, Lucky manages to deal with her and her henchmen. With John Phillip Law (The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming) and Russ Tamblyn (West Side Story, Twin Peaks).

Operation Dalmatian: The Big Adventure. What do all Dalmatians have in common? Their gorgeous black and white spotted coats, of course. Baskerville, Julietta’s handsome dog, with a typically magnificent coat, has been entered into the local dog show. But some serious trouble ensues after a medicine man and a crazy professor get in the game, and Baskerville starts changing colors. Winning the Dog Show is important to Julietta and her family, but who is going to give an award to a Dalmatian whose coat changes color all the time? 

Jr. Detective Agency. Sam Steele Jr. wants to be a detective like his dad, and hopes to help him track down a jewel thief known only as The Cat (Luke Perry, 90210). Steele starts the Jr. Detective Agency with his friend Emma and her helpful dog Doug (who is all for tracking down The Cat) and they set out to stop the dastardly creature before he can strike again.With M. Emmet Walsh (Blood Simple).
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