Tuesday, February 4, 2014

My Dog The Champion Review

My Thoughts- My Do the Champion is a very sweet and up lifting movie. My son who is 4 years old sat and watched it with me, and
he seemed to enjoy it. It is always very important to have movies that you can watch as a family and not worry if it is going to have bad influences, or be to violent along with foul language. I enjoined the time with my son, and his reaction to the few dogs that are in the film.  This opened up some conversation about rescued dogs, and we even got to see some during the week. He was excited and asked if we could help them like the movie. Though I may not watch this movie again, it is a sweet movie to watch as a family and learn about dog rescues.

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About the Film- From the city to the country, families from coast-to-coast will experience an uplifting coming-of-age adventure when Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes My Dog the Champion on DVD. The inspiring story of an unlikely friendship between a born-and-bred teenage city girl and a cattle dog, the new feature film starring Dora Madison Burge (“Dexter,” “Friday Night Lights,”Cowgirls ‘n Angels), Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator, Aliens vs. Predator) and Cody Linley (“Hannah Montana,”Cheaper by the Dozen) makes its national retail debut on February 4, 2014.

A moving and meaningful story for the whole family, My Dog the Champion (SRP $24.98) begins when Madison (Burge), a spoiled city teen, learns that her mother is being deployed to Afghanistan. She is suddenly forced to uproot to the country and live on her grandfather Billy’s (Henriksen) cattle ranch – in the middle of nowhere. Facing the hardships of farm life and her feelings of loneliness, she befriends Scout, the farm’s old and “useless” cattle dog. The new companions quickly form a special bond. And when the family farm becomes threatened, Madison, with some help from Eli (Linley), a teenage dog trainer, trains Scout to be an agility champion and together they compete with the hope of saving their home. Side by side, the determined duo proves the heart of a champion never dies.

My Dog the Champion, a story of friendship, love, teamwork, and challenges, is a must-have release for families nationwide. The film is executive produced by Arthur E. Benjamin, the founder of the American Dog Rescue, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that works to rescue and promote the health and well-being of dogs and other animals all across the world. In addition, Scout, the movie’s starring dog, is herself a rescue!

Disclosures- received a copy of the dvd for free in returned for my honest opinion. Which are all my own.


  1. I went to the link provided for My Dog Champ giveaway and it says that link doesn't exist. I am commenting here- hope that is what was needed.

  2. Sounds like a great movie. It is very important to me that the movies I watch with my boys are family-friendly. Gotta check this out. Thanks!