Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Santa Paws 2 Prize Pack Give Away

I hadn’t seen any of the Santa Paws movies yet until this one. Doodle and I spent last weekend with a movie night. He had started watching it earlier in the day and when I got home he said we “had” to watch it! lol


First of all, the movie is absolutely adorable! Those puppies, how could you NOT adore them? When the movie started I was really surprised to see Cheryl Ladd  as Mrs. Claus.

The other piece I was somewhat surprised about was all of the music, well, Christmas songs, that are in the movie. It’s not very often you get a fun family movie with songs like this any more! Yes, Christmas songs in the past had lots of singing, but you don’t see it that much these days.

There was a great lesson in the movie about how our attitude affects others and that we need to think of others, especially during the holidays. I liked that each of the puppies had a name that went along with a characteristic they had. Each of them had to realize that those characteristics needed to be worked on.

This cute litter consists of three female pups and one male pup. HOPE is the daring tomboy who wears a backwards red cap and rarely looks before she leaps. JINGLE is the diva with a bell on her collar who loves to sing, but can’t carry a tune. CHARITY is the girliest and most self-centered of the pups, with a mistletoe barrette, who has yet to learn the meaning of her name. And NOBLE is the mischievous only brother and self-appointed leader who is distinguished by a cheeky black spot around his eye.

See what I mean? A good talking point for my kids about their characteristics!

Here’s what the movie is about:

The North Pole has a new litter of playful pups! However, when the frisky foursome—Hope, Jingle, Charity and Noble—practically destroy Santa’s Workshop with their mischievous gamboling, they realize the best way to prove that they’re responsible enough to become Santa’s Helpers is to show how well they can spread the Christmas spirit all by themselves. With help from a magic crystal, they start granting everyone’s wishes. But their good intentions backfire when one unhappy boy asks that Christmas go away forever! With his wish impetuously fulfilled, and the joyous spirit quickly disappearing from the planet, Mrs. Claus and the pups have to find a way to reverse the spell—or risk losing Christmas forever!

Santa Paws 2

Here’s your chance to win a Poster, DVD/Blu-ray combo pack, plush dog, Santa letter activity sheets! In the meantime, be sure to visit Disney’s Santa Paws site and do some of the activities with your kids and get to know the pups better!

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Linda Kish said...

The Santa Clause

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Jan Lee said...

A Christmas Story is a favorite :)

debijackson said...

frosty the snowman debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

cjabdelnour said...

I THINK THESE PUPPY MOVIES ARE SO CUTE! Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

apple blossom said...

oh, we just love dog movies thanks for chance to win

Unknown said...

My kids would love this!!

moschuno said...

this movie looks adorable!

Andrea said...

We like Home Alone.

Jennifer Young said...

Elf is our favorite!

cstironkat said...

The Muppets' Christmas Carol.

Cinderella10383 said...

I am in love with Home Alone and I also love Dora's Christmas.

Jamie Brigham
PrettyInPinkWife @ aol dot com

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

rudolph! thank you!

jjp said...

Rudolph is our favorite here but we really love Santa Buddies and Santa Paws too!
Jenna Parsons

Amanda Sears said...

Charlie Brown Christmas all the way!!! such a great Christmas show and great message

Amy Orvin said...

How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Jenilee said...

The Miser Brothers

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