A Dog's Way Home

A Dog's Way Home
A Dog's Way Home




94 minutes


Action and Adventure, Based on a true story, Family



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As a puppy, Bella is given a good home by a young man named Lucas after he and his girlfriend Olivia find her on a construction site in Denver, Colorado. After Bella is unjustly targeted by animal control officers, Lucas sends her to live with Olivia’s aunt and uncle in New Mexico, until he can find an appropriate new home outside of Denver’s urban areas. Bella is so homesick for her owner, however, that she decides to embark on a 400 mile journey back towards Lucas, which will take her more than two years to complete! Along the way, she encounters and befriends a number of humans and animals along her incredible travels. Based on the novel of the same name, ‘A Dog’s Way Home’ is an uplifting tale about the bond between pets and their owners.

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Mild threat, upsetting scenes.

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