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10 Best Dog Movies That Will Strengthen Your Love Bond

A real relationship is one that makes us happy, less lonely, less stressed, more confident, calmer, and safer. And it is not necessary that we should always share this relationship with a human being.

Dogs are man’s best friend, and this fact has been common in almost all cultures of the world and beautifully portrayed in hundreds of movies.

According to a study, heart attack survivors with a pet dog are 33% less vulnerable to early death as compared to non-dog survivors.

Dog-human relationship movies that every pet owner should watch

I am sharing some of the best dog movies from my watch list that will definitely make you realize how much you love your dog.

Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)

One of the best dog movie on unconditional love and loyalty ever is Hachi. The plot was inspired by a Japanese movie based on a true story.

The American actor Richard Gere appearing as a professor found a lost puppy on his way home. The dog named Hachi develops an unbreakable bond with his master. He comes to receive him every day at the station for nine years even after his death, and this scene actually leaves you teary-eyed.

It’s a must-watch, especially if you are a crazy dog lover and for those who have already watched, it can reminisce the superb movie.

Beethoven (1992)

A small puppy gets into the lives of the Newton family helped everyone overcome their routine issues. The growing affection between the family members and the giant dog (Beethoven) makes George (the father) jealous, and he plotted a plan to get rid of him.

The loyalty and affection of the dog finally melt the heart of George, and he rescued Beethoven. The movie shows us how dogs can truly change our lives.

I still remember that every Saint Bernard that I randomly spot on the street reminds me of the mischievous Beethoven. Sadly, the dog who appeared in this movie passed away.

All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)

The storyline revolved around a canine angel Charlie in heaven who finds a way back to the earth. A pink poodle angel reminded Charlie that if he goes back to earth, he can never be a part of paradise again.

The dog rescued a young orphan girl Anne-Marie who has the power to talk to the animal. In this process, the dog and the young girl builds a strong bond, and both realized that true friendship is the real gift.

After a series of dreadful events, both the dog and the girl find their lives at stake. The dog gets severely injured many times, and this is why your pet needs insurance.

The dog once again saves the young girl and gives his own life and returns to heaven. I personally believe that all dogs are entitled to paradise because they are loyal.

Firehouse Dog (2007)

The Hollywood superstar dog Rexxx is popular for his charming attitude and athletic abilities.

The canine star escapes one day and finally adopted by a shabby local firehouse. He then teams up with a young boy a sad boy named Shane who recently lost his uncle. The dog and the boy worked together to save the station.

This movie displays high chemistry between the dog and the boy. Plus, you’ll spot many antics of Rexxx that would delight your dog.

Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996)

You’ll see once again America’s favorite dog trio Chance, Sassy, and Shadow in an adventurous Disney movie.

The lovable pets accidentally separated from their vacationing owners who are now in Canada. The pets are in San Fransisco and faced many obstacles, both men and beasts while searching for the ‘golden bridge’ that will connect them with their home.

This is a perfect movie for those who have both dogs and cats. This movie is proof that dogs and cats can coexist peacefully and can do wonders when working in teams.

Old Yeller (1957)

One of the oldest 1950s classic Disney movie on my list is Old Yeller. Since it’s quite an old movie, you might not find a good print-quality version.

Young Tommy Kirk is appearing as Travis Coates was responsible for taking care of his mother and brother as his father left the town for some work. The boy met with a yellow mongrel and made him a part of his family.

If you think that it’s just a dog story, then you’re wrong. The movie has some strong lessons for parents and children. Parents should allow their kids to have pets as they provide them with warmth, care, and shelter.

Courage the Cowardly Dog (2021)

The upcoming 2D animated horror-comedy 2021 movie is based on a Cartoon Network television series ‘Courage the Cowardly Dog’ featuring an old couple (Eustace and Muriel) living in their farmhouse with their dog.

The show revolves around the offbeat adventures of the dog who is afraid of everything, but he heroically guards his elder owners against all kinds of unknown threats and paranormal species that appear around their town. He never succeeded at his first attempt, but he never gives up.

It was one of my favorite cartoons in childhood, and the life lesson this series teaches me is that we’ll do whatever for people we love.

Togo (2019)

The newest Disney movie on the list is an adventure-drama film Togo. The storyline centers on a sled dog who fiercely fight against the harsh conditions to bring the needed medicine to a town called Nome, Alaska. The situation was more like a ‘mission impossible’.

The dog was not only empathic but intelligent. Plus, the bond that Willem Dafoe shares with the dog is simply heartfelt, and this makes it one of the best dog fil.

I watched this film with my son, and we both were struggling to keep our tears from falling. As we reached the end, my son started crying as the scene was so touching. I am pretty sure that if my dog knows how to write my assignment, he will do it.

White Fang (2018)

The movie is inspired by Jack London’s novel timeless. The story depicts how a pup separated from his mother goes on a lifetime adventure because of his curiosity to see the world.

The wolfdog grew into a mature animal and gained the title ‘White Fang’ from an Indian tribe for his noble behavior. Over the course of the journey, he met three different masters in his lifetime but remained loyal to all of them.

The final owner frees him but developed a lifelong bond with him. According to a first-class dissertation study, dogs are loyal by nature, and the hardships they encounter never changed this fact.

Conclusion

All in all, dogs make our lives better, and sometimes they completely change the way we see life. They teach us so many good things, and that’s why I love my dog.

Originally posted 2020-11-10 04:19:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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