More than Puppy Love

Theatrical Release: August 29, 2005
DVD Release: August 29, 2005
More than Puppy Love


“More than Puppy Love” is a heartfelt tale of the sacrifice and resiliency of two separate families that is guaranteed to inspire adults and children alike.

When Curtis Peterson is hurt in a construction accident his hopes of supporting a family are suddenly crushed. His only chance rests in the hands of 8 year-old Emily and a retriever puppy named Banner that she has been training for a church project. It was love at first sight for Emily and Banner, and they quickly built the sort of bond that should never be broken. But when training is over and it is time for them to part, will Emily be able to give-up her beloved companion to help a needy stranger? True to its title, this drama bursts with love and emotion, as our heroine discovers that while friends come and go…true love lasts for a lifetime!

Dove Review

This is a warm and charming story about a puppy that is going to grown up to be a service dog. The story shows you what goes into raising a service dog. The film has two stories. The first is of the family that raised Banner from a puppy and the other is about the family that will receive Banner into their home as a service dog. You will fall in love with all the characters as you laugh and cry with them.

This story is fantastic and I hope it will get people interested in the program of raising service dogs.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Man falls from building.
Drugs: Man drinks alcohol and takes some pills.
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Triumph Marketing, LLC
Writer: Tom Whitus
Director: Tom Whitus
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe