Movies That Will Make You Want To Hug Your Dog ASAP


Time to cuddle with our furry best friends. 


Some people like romance movies, some like action and others like thrillers. But if there’s one thing we can all agree to sit down and enjoy, it’s a dog movie. Maybe it’s because they remind us of our childhoods, but it might also be because we all just have this innate love for man’s best friend. And who doesn’t love a feel-good movie every now and then?


Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Is there anything cuter than two dogs falling in love over a plate of spaghetti?




The Fox and The Hound (1981)

This one is heavy on the heartache, but always a great one to watch.


K-9 (1989)

Yes, it’s true. A dog can melt even the coldest of hearts. They’ll dig their way into your soul and find a warm corner to lay in – and then your world is forever changed.




Beethoven (1992)

A dog’s loyalty seriously cannot be bought – or sold. 




Lassie (1994)

There’s nothing like a dog to make a strange place feel like home.


Balto (1995)

You don’t know what strength is until you see a dog doing everything to save its master. 




Bolt (2008)

A superstar dog on the loose without a clue as to how the real world works, plus a hamster sidekick that just won’t quit? Laughs all around.



Marley & Me (2008)

Dogs can bring people together, even in the most trying times.


Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)

We normally only think about what happens to us when our dogs die, but did we ever stop to think about how they would be if we passed?


A Dog’s Purpose (2017)

Maybe there’s a reason why we fall in love with every dog we meet.




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