- "'A pup for every person and a person for every pup.' That's the
motto of the Pound Puppies, a team of fearless dogs whose sworn mission
is to find homes for lonely puppies. They only LOOK like regular dogs.
In fact, these pooches are dogs of action who match up pups with loving
families -- while they keep the humans at Shelter 17 clueless. Sometimes
dogs are dogs' best friend.
Calling all Pound Puppies fans, Shout! Factory will be releasing another DVD of this popular animated series on DVD on Tuesday. I grew up watching Pound Puppies, and had a handful of the plush dogs -- some of which I still have and passed down to my girls. So, when I stumbled upon the new animated series, "Pound Puppies" on The Hub network last year, I quickly set my DVR to record the episodes, so that I should share one of my childhood favorites with my girls. Once they saw the lovable pups, they were hooked, like their Mommy was (and still is today). Come on, how can you not fall in love with the Pound Puppies...especially when they have cute names like -- Cookie, Niblet, Strudel and Squirt? :-)
This new DVD release includes the following episodes, from the hit animated series airing on The Hub, in the USA and Canada:
Episode 7: King of the Heap
Episode 13: Taboo
Episode 18: Snow Problem
Episode 1 (season 2): Zipper the Zoomit Dog
Episode 5 (season 2): There's Something About Camelia
Even though the girls and I already saw these episodes a handful of times, we still loved watching them last week. While the episodes are just the right length to keep toddlers and young children's attention, they also have cute story lines. Sometimes when they try and re-create or revamp shows for yesteryear, they newer shows don't live up to expectations and ruin the memories of those who enjoyed these types of childhood shows. But, I have to say, I am loving how The Hub and Hasbro Studios has breathed new life into the Pound Puppies, and introducing a new generation to these cute and cuddly pups.
I can't wait to pick up more DVDs from this popular television series, to add to our collection. The ones we have collected so far, have been played over and over again at home and during long car rides. And, each and every time the girls and I watch them, we have so much fun -- all, while the girls cuddle with the Pound Puppies my mother had saved from my childhood, so that I could share them with my children someday. :-)
Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. The views shared are mine and mine alone.