Doggy Daycare

DVD Release: November 6, 2015
Doggy Daycare


Michelle and Amelia have been running the Doggy Daycare (D.D.C.) since their parents passed away. They have many pets that live with them, but Mutt remains a street dog. When they run out of finances for the doggy haven and emotions boil, they come up with some risky ideas to save the place. Their attempts to recruit a famous former owner fail, so they must think even further outside the box. Mutt leads the pack of dogs against all obstacles, including an on-the-edge dog catcher with an obsession for Mutt. The love between the dogs and Michelle keeps them strong when they come up against bullies and horrible people. When the Doggy Daycare can’t afford to stay open, Mutt, the street dog with a heart of gold, rallies the rest of the dogs to try and save the day. Amelia, the D.D.C. owner, and her younger sister Michelle provide much needed assistance for this quest…but at what cost?

Dove Review

“Doggy Daycare” is a cute movie with talking dogs for everyone who loves pets. Mutt is a street dog who is always trying to get away from the dog catcher and find a home. When Michelle and Amelia find him in a milk carton, his troubles are less of a problem, or at least he thinks so.

This is a wonderful story about working together for a great cause and stopping bullies. The canines group together to help each other and also take care of people who take care of them. The movie is a fun-filled adventure. These dogs have some of the same problems that children have, as they deal with being bullied into doing wrong and protect those around them from being bullied.

The outcome of the plot is charming to watch. We award this doggy adventure the Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Two dogs say they are in love
Language: Oh my gosh-1; name calling, such as "melon head," "trash," "loser"
Violence: Man kidnapping dogs; dog gets hurt when stuck under a fence; dog wants to chase the postman; kids bully a girl and her dog; boys get girl and dog wet with water
Drugs: none
Nudity: Young lady in short skirt and in a tank top; mild cleavage
Other: Comment about parents being in Heaven; awareness of saving dogs from the streets; man gets fired from his job; young lady has a tattoo on back shoulder


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Matty Johnson
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 61 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe