Pet owner or not, dog or cat person, we all love dog movies! You just can’t deny the enjoyment of seeing a young boy or an old man with his cute dog whether it’s in a classic film or an animated movie.
So here’s a list of movies that every dog lover will appreciate:
Lassie is Everyone’s favorite dog and is probably the dog every other dog looks up to.
The Turners leave the city for the wilds of Virginia which causes problems for everyone especially to the Teenager Matt who was feeling lost in the new town. Watch how Lassie rescued Matt’s life and made it even better.
2)Turner and Hooch (1989):
A heart-warming story starring our beloved star Tom Hanks who plays the role of a neat freak investigator that must adopt the dog of a dead man to help him find the murderer.
3)Air Bud (1994):
Air Bud is one of the most successful movies that will give you the chance to meet the golden retriever that can shoot and score. This film is about a lonely boy who meets his new friend, Buddy, which helped him join the basketball team.
I bet you’ll fall in love with this basketball player.
4)Marley and Me (2008):
The 2008 Film starring Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson will take you to the life of a married couple that decided to adopt a puppy naming him Marley. Marley is the true meaning of the disobedient dog but that didn’t stop him from helping the married couple with their life and prove to be a true family member.
PS: This one will definitely break your heart.
5) Bolt (2008):
A Disney animation starring John Travolta and Miley Cyrus about a dog that believes that he has superpowers tries to save his friends who he thinks are kidnapped and finds his true abilities within the adventure.
Here we come to another heroic dog’s story, a Malinois dog that helped American Marines in Afghanistan that returns to the United States and got adopted by his handler’s family after suffering a traumatic experience.
7)A Dog’s Purpose (2017):’
The newest dog story based on the bestselling novel by W. Bruce Cameron. This one is about a dog that tries to find the meaning of his existence through the lives of different owners and different lifetimes.
No doubt that at least one of these movies will force you to have a dog or hug yours tightly in case of you already have one.