Marley And Me Analysis

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Office and home repair projects seem to have taken most of our times. It has become very difficult to find some quality time to spend with our adorable pooches. Every relationship demands love, loyalty, trust, and of course time to grow and flourish. Hence, if you and your furry friend are feeling the absence of quality time from your lives, it's time to strengthen your bond.

Spending time together is important, both for your dog and for you. After all, the relationship between your pet and you is an extremely special one. So this weekend, say no to your spontaneous plans; instead, rent or buy some movies, and lounge on the couch with your dog. Your dog will love you for staying home. Meanwhile, we provide you a list of 20 great dog movies
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The family leaves Bingo behind but the dog tracks his loving master. In a freak incident, Bingo saves Chuckie but gets blown away by a bomb. Directed by Matthew Robbins, the movie is a definite emotional roller coaster.

Marley and Me

One of the most popular movies, Marley and Me revolves around the story of a delightful Golden Retriever that sticks to its owners through thick and thin, and becomes an indispensable part of the family over the years. The film gives the message that pets are a central part of the family, and when they leave, there's a void that cannot be filled easily.
A Dog named Christmas

The movie is based on a best-selling book of the same name. It revolves around a young man named Todd who has a learning disability and a dog that he adopts from a shelter. While, George (Todd’s father) feels that Todd cannot accept the responsibility, a wise yellow Labrador comes in his life and changes everything.
Produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures, it is an animated road-comedy-adventure film about a small white dog named Bolt. A star on a hit television series, Bolt believes that he has been bestowed with superpowers, and sets out on a cross-country journey to rescue his co-star human Penny, who he thinks, has been

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