The North Pole has a new litter of playful pups! However, when the frisky foursome—Hope, Jingle, Charity and Noble—practically destroy Santa’s Workshop with their mischievous gamboling, they realize the best way to prove that they’re responsible enough to become Santa’s Helpers is to show how well they can spread the Christmas spirit all by themselves. With help from a magic crystal, they start granting everyone’s wishes. But their good intentions backfire when one unhappy boy asks that Christmas go away forever! With his wish impetuously fulfilled, and the joyous spirit quickly disappearing from the planet, Mrs. Claus and the pups have to find a way to reverse the spell—or risk losing Christmas forever!
My daughter was so excited to sit down and watch Santa Paws 2: Santa Pups when it arrived. She is a big fan of movies with dogs and this was no different. We watched as Mrs. Claus race to save Christmas with the help (and sometimes hindering moments) of the adorable pups. We laughed and giggled the whole movie through. Even my boys enjoyed this one.
What I loved about Santa Paws 2: Santa Pups was that it was VERY kid friendly. Too many movie now days say they are kid friendly but you will hear a curse word, see drugs/alcohol, or even partial nudity. This movie had none of those elements, unless I missed it, and I loved that. It truly is a wonderful movie for your family to watch together without the worry of something popping up.
Released to Blu-ray on November 20, you can take Santa Paws 2: Santa Pups home today, to enjoy over the Christmas holidays. This will make a great gift or stocking stuffer at Christmas. Which is why it is part of my 2012 Christmas Gift Guide. So, take it home today.
Have a little fun with these Santa Paws activities:
What is a movie without a few bloopers:
Have a Santa Paws filled Christmas season!
* I received a copy of Santa Paws 2: Santa Pups in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are based on my own experience.