When they are left on their own a few days before Christmas, three white little fur balls get their paws into a world of trouble. A couple of no-good burglars have made off with all of the ...
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When they are left on their own a few days before Christmas, three white little fur balls get their paws into a world of trouble. A couple of no-good burglars have made off with all of the family's presents and decorations, and it's time for the Three Dogateers to unite! The always-hungry Barkos, the pampered purebred Wagos and the adventure-loving Arfamis set off on a journey to sniff out the bad guys. But with the world's meanest dogcatcher hot on their tails, they may need a little help from Santa Claus himself to save Christmas!
Roughly 26 minutes into the movie, directly after the donut shop scene, there's a shot of a snowy British road along with red post box and whats meant to be the burglars van driving on the left side of the road. I don't know how this scene got into an American movie. See more »
This is not a film for an adult who lives with Mother. It's a kid flick. Get it? A film intended for little kiddies who love doggies and Christmas. Is it silly? Yes. Dumb? Nah. I mean it's a movie for sweet kiddies, so I am sure no harm will come. C'mon, chill out and relax; if you know a hawk from a handsaw then you should know from the title itself that this is to be shown to children, and that what PARENTS should be watching is not the "film" but their children's reactions to it: They giggle and smile. Good enough for me. I thought the Barney Gloat character went overboard on occasions, but not a big deal. Eat popcorn and let the kiddies enjoy some pointless relaxation.
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