Growing up I was a huge fan of the “old” Pound Puppies. I use to watching the cartoon with my sisters and then reenacting the stories with our cuddly stuff toys version of the characters. Like many of the classics, I was excited to find out that they have brought a new and improved Pound Puppies cartoon that airs on The Hub, and has been the winner of the 2012 Humanitas Prize in Children’s Animation.
More Fun-Filled Outings Starring your Favorite Pups!
Pound Puppies: A Perfect Match
Bring Home the Adventures
April 8th, 2014
from Shout! Factory Kids
The Pound Puppies find they have their paws full with their newest adventures! In A Perfect Match, the Pound Puppies come to the rescue when a so-called “un-matchable puppy” finally finds his match – and loses him, assist a shy puppy on a High Energy Scouts camping trip, help a furless pup to bolster his confidence, and they have to investigate why a paper girl’s deliveries are always late!
Winner of the 2012 Humanitas Prize in Children’s Animation, the Pound Puppies series is currently airing on The Hub in the U.S. and YTV in Canada and stars the voices of Eric McCormack, Yvette Nicole Brown, Michael Rapaport, John DiMaggio, Alanna Ubach, René Auberjonois, and M. Emmet Walsh.
Pound Puppies: A Perfect match includes episodes such as:
- The Yipper Caper
- Working K-9 to 5
- Hello Kitten
- Beauty is Only Fur Deep
- No More S’mores
A house isn’t a house unless it contains a dog. I have always had a dog. They provide companionship, friendship and leave a print on your heart that you’ll never forget. When I was offered the opportunity to review Pound Puppies: a perfect match, I jumped at the chance to show reaffirm my families love of a family dog.
One of things I love most about the Pound puppy movies is the inspirational message behind each episode. Whether it is a dog bully that learns from his mistakes and changes his bad attitude or a puppy that learns to trust in faith and the kindness of other, each story provides an adventure and life lesson that my children will cherish forever. The moment the DVD was played, my children were glued to the television. They love watching the dogs act out human like scenarios and enjoyed both the humor and the entertainment that the movie had to offer.
We give it 4 hearts out of 5: