Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon

Theatrical Release: August 26, 2016
DVD Release: November 22, 2016
Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon


This is the third installment in the Space Dogs brand, which includes Space Dogs 3D & TV series Space Dogs Family! Get ready to blast off to an out-of-this-world adventure with canine teenage astronaut, Pushok, who is determined to find his missing astronaut father. Against all odds, Pushok stows away on a US rocket ship to the moon but soon finds he is not alone, as he is reunited with his mom and encounters a macho monkey and a baby alien. Together, the furry heroes learn the true meaning of teamwork as they join the search for Pushok’s dad.

Dove Review

“Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon” is an animated marvel. It features terrific animation, excellent voice actors, plenty of interesting sets and planets, and a lot of scope for the imagination. Your entire family will enjoy this space adventure, which features delightful characters, such as Belka, Strelka, Kazbek, Pushok, and Lenny, the rat. Dogs, rats, chimps, a fat cat, and other interesting characters deal with an alien device that steals various items from the Earth and takes them to the moon. The flight to the moon is an interesting journey with a lot going on before the travelers get there and even after they do. The humor is great, too. In a scene in the hospital, two chimps are in casts and one says to his friend, “This is the longest I’ve ever gone without scratching.” Also, the scene in which a dog is riding in a car and has his tongue hanging out the window is very funny. Another moment of comedy is when a chimp lands on the moon and declares it a “planet of the apes.”

The movie includes some moments of fantasy-like violence, with animals being whacked or knocked out, but none of it is gratuitous. The moral of the story is to dream big. A certain dog searches for his father and finds him, which shows that family loyalty is big in this movie, too. We are excited to award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages. “Space Dogs” is an exciting adventure to the moon and back.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Pesky flea bag-1; "She really is dumb" comment, regarding a female character, a couple of times; You fools-1; Tin-plated alien menace-1
Violence: An accident results in several needles landing in a cat's behind, but he is okay; a dog whacks another dog with a vent screen; a chain hits a dog in the head; dogs chase other dogs in vehicles; a vehicle lands in a smoke stack; a few explosions.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A dog accidentally knocks over pottery and breaks it; comment that a rat stole a watch from his grandfather years ago "to remember him by"; a fish skeleton is shown; a character mentions his gas and irritable bowel; a dog says her mother is a "lingerie model"; a chimp says being a hero makes one philosophical, specifically in wondering why we're here and what our purpose is; a dog says she is the pilot's back-up, his "number two," and she is told if she has to go "number two," to go outside; a dog faints.