Hotel for Dogs

Hotel for Dogs
Hotel for Dogs

Year

2009

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this charming kids' canine caper, teenager Andi and her younger brother Bruce find themselves continuously shunted around from foster home to foster home. When they're hunting for a place to hide their dog Friday from their new pet-hating guardians, they find an abandoned building housing a lovable bunch of strays and, with their pals from the pet shop, decide to secretly look after them. Bruce's amazing mechanical skills help turn the dilapidated flophouse into a hotel for dogs, but soon the yapping residents are making the neighbours - and the dog pound - suspicious.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains mildly scary moments and slapstick violence.

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