List Of Dog Movies

When i am not working with dogs, next in line is my love for movies. Here is a list of some of my favorites,  that made me laugh and some cry;grab those tissues and watch away!!

101 Dalmations
!01 Dalmations released in 1996

A couple must rescue the puppies of their dalmatians from a crazed woman named Cruella De Ville, who wants to use their fur to make a coat.

102 Dalmations sequel released in 2000 starring Glenn Close reprising her role as Cruella de Vil as she attempts to steal puppies for her “grandest” fur coat yet.

 

 

Snow Dogs released in 2002
Snow Dogs released in 2002

Dr. Ted Brooks, a Miami-based dentist, inherits a pack of sled dogs. He must learn the tricks of the trade or lose the dogs to Thunder Jack, a mountain man.

 

 

 

 

 

Hachi: A Dog's Tale released in 2009
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale released in 2009

A professor finds an abandoned dog and takes him home. Over a period of time, he forms an unbreakable bond with the dog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eight Below released in 2006
Eight Below released in 2006

 

The tale of a friendship between 8 sled dogs who become stranded in Antarctica during a particularly cold spell. Their guide Jerry will stop at nothing to rescue them and both dog and man overcome incredible obstacles to reach each other.

 

 

 

 

 

Homeward Bound Journey released in 1993
Homeward Bound Journey released in 1993

 

A heartwarming story about a golden retriever – shadow, an American bulldog – chane and a Himalayan cat – sassy who are separated from their family. Fearing the worst for their family, these three set out on an incredible journey to find them.

Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco released in 1996 is a sequel to the first movie where the family plan a trip to Canada the animals escape after Chance panics and breaks free from his carrier. After eluding airport authorities, the animals find themselves in the city of San Francisco, with home on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Hotel For Dogs released in 2009
Hotel For Dogs released in 2009

 

Two foster siblings Andi & Bruce are forbidden to bring animals home secretly take in stray dogs at an abandoned hotel, thus creating an ideal shelter by transforming the hotel into an incredible paradise for dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beethoven released in 1993
Beethoven released in 1992

The Beethoven film series is a series of eight American films, in which the plot revolves around a family attempting to control the antics of their pet, a Saint Bernard

Beethoven 1: A slobbering St. Bernard becomes the center of attention for a loving family, but must contend with a dog-napping veterinarian and his henchmen.

Beethoven 2: Was released in 1993 where Beethoven rushes to rescue his wife Missy and his puppies after they are kidnapped by a gang of kids.

Beethoven 3: Was released in 2000 where Newton family is tasked with the responsibility of transporting Beethoven, a dog, to California. Two criminals are following Newton’s RV to recover the DVD kept in the truck. Will Beethoven save them?

Beethoven 4: Was released in 2001 where a A lovable but naughty family dog switches places with a meek and obedient lookalike canine.

Beethoven 5: Was released in 2003 where Sara Newton goes on a summer trip to visit her uncle, Freddy , who resides in a small mining town. Accompanying Sara is her mischievous St. Bernard, Beethoven, with whom she and her family have enjoyed an abundance of adventures. When Beethoven discovers a clue that might lead to buried treasure, the eccentric locals embark on a treasure hunt, a few ghosts make an appearance and chaos consumes the normally peaceful little town.

Beethoven’s Big Break: Was released in 2008 where Eddie, a widower and a struggling animal trainer, gets his big break when a St. Bernard who follows his son home is selected to play the lead in a movie.

Beethoven’s Christmas Celebration: Was released in 2011 where Beethoven takes the responsibility of rescuing the Christmas fairy and locating the missing sledge of Santa. He must also find and return the magic toy bag in order to save Christmas celebrations.

Beethoven’s Treasure Trail: Was released in 2014 where Beethoven gets stranded in a small coastal town, and helps a local boy find a pirate map leading to lost treasure.

See Spot Run released in 2001
See Spot Run released in 2001

Gordon Smith, a mailman, is entrusted the responsibility of a dog. However, the dog is an FBI drug-sniffer who has run away from the witness protection program.

 

 

 

 

 

The Ugly Daschund released in 1966
The Ugly Daschund released in 1966

 

Suburban couple Mark  and Fran take their beloved dachshund, Danke, to the vet’s office to deliver her first brood of puppies. Before they leave, Dr. Pruitt persuades softhearted Mark to adopt Brutus, a tiny puppy that has been abandoned by its mother. As the puppy grows into a full-size Great Dane that raises a ruckus around the house, Fran tries to convince Mark to find him a new home — until a brave act helps change her mind.

 

 

 

Top Dog released in 1995
Top Dog released in 1995

 

A streetwise cop teamed with a slobbering mutt investigates a fellow officer’s murder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turner & Hooch released in 1989
Turner & Hooch released in 1989

Scott is a compulsively neat detective who is forced to team up with the only witness to a crime, a slobbery dog named Hooch. The result is a big mess in Scott’s life, but as he tries to get the dog to help him solve the case they form an unlikely friendship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Underdog released in 2007
Underdog released in 2007

 

A watchdog gets exposed to a substance that gives him the powers of a superhero. He is adopted by a 12-year-old boy and uses his superpower to protect everyone from the evil Simon Barsinister.

 

 

 

 

White Fang released in 1991
White Fang released in 1991

 

Jack, a Yukon gold hunter, forms an affectionate bond with a dog-wolf, White Fang, whom he rescues from a man who is ill treating the dog. He forms a unique companionship with him over time.

 

 

 

 

Zeus & Roxanne released in 1997
Zeus & Roxanne released in 1997

 

A marine biologist is annoyed when a dog named Zeus stows aboard her research boat. Nevertheless, she is intrigued when the intrusive canine makes best-friends with her captive dolphin, Roxanne.

 

 

 

Marley & Me released in 2008
Marley & Me released in 2008

 

A happily married couple’s life changes after they adopt a dog named Marley who with his antics manages to teach them important life lessons.

 

 

Marmaduke released in 2010
Marmaduke released in 2010

 

After moving to California with his owner, Marmaduke, a Great Dane, makes new friends and even loses his heart to Jezebel, a rough collie.

 

 

 

 

Stay posted will bring you more of these lists every month. Hope you have a Howling Time!!

48 thoughts on “List Of Dog Movies

  1. I love movies! And dogs! Great combination. And it’s a huge list! I thought Hachi was a really amazing movie. Great that you have it on your list. I’ve seen Marley and me too. Funny movie!

  2. Dog/pet movies are always get so emotional 🙂 My favourite must be 101 dalmatians, as I watched that one (both the ‘real’ movie and the animation movie) so much as a kid and I have so many memories of it.

  3. I have seen only one of these. 🙁
    And that had a very good happy ending. I n fact I saw it sevral times with my kids.
    I am making a note of the other movies, definitely worth seeing.

  4. I loved Hatchi so much, I remember crying when it ended. Beethoven is actually one of my childhood movies. I have seen the first 3 in the series, I had no idea they’ve made some more after that. I should search for them and watch them too.

  5. Some great films here! I’ll have to catch some with my boys. I remember loving Turner and Hooch as a kid, but can’t remember much about it. I’m sure the kids would like it though.

  6. Even though I don’t own a dog, I love dog movies, and all of these are such great choices. The ones I haven’t seen yet are added to my list. I practically cried watching Marley & Me!

  7. These are great choices, I’ve seen most of them but not all. I’ll have to check out the rest of these. No surprise I loved Snow Dogs & Eight Below the best, and so did my Husky, Icy! Another one you may like is Iron Will about a young man whose family needs money badly so he enters a sled dog race against all odds of winning. It has a lot of drama in it and beautiful dogs, I think you’d like it.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv them

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