“Humans are better than dogs”- said no one ever. Only those who have known the love and loyalty of a dog will truly know what unconditional love is. Every once in a while a dog movie comes out; it may be adventurous or a family drama, but all of these movies prove how amazing dogs can be and show us the reason why dogs are known to be “a man’s best friend”. If you have a dog, you’ll know what it’s like to snuggle with your furry little best friend but what’s even better is snuggling with that furry friend and watching a movie about other snuggly warm creatures that make you realize how lucky you are to have such a blessing in your life.
I swear the world would be a much better place if we could take our dogs out anywhere with us without any restrictions, but sadly we’re not there yet. So we can’t take our dogs out for movies (imagine your dog sitting in a movie theatre with 3D glasses on!). But if we can’t take our dogs out for movies, we can at least bring the movies to our dogs. This is now a possibility because we have Netflix now. So, here’s the list of really good dog movies on Netflix that are available to stream right now.
15. Benji Off The Leash (2004)
‘Benji Off The Leash’ is the inspiring story of a toddler canine who is saved by a young boy from his abusive stepfather. The toddler grows up to become Benji, a hybrid hero under the love and affection of the young boy who saves him. But Benji has a purpose to fulfill and that is to save his mother from overbreeding and dying. Benji comes into an alliance with another stray dog named Lizard Tongue and the two together try to save Benji’s mother from the abusive man who’s trying to kill his mother. They dodge every obstacle on the way which includes two animal control officers to change lives and even save some because now Benji is off the leash.
14. 101 Dalmations (1996)
A struggling game author named Roger meets Anita, a beautiful fashion designer, in a dog park after a weird twist in fate. Soon, the two fall in love and get married and before you know it, Perdita, Anita’s dog, gets pregnant with Roger’s dog, both of them being dalmatians. Everything seems to be perfect until Anita’s evil and glamourous boss kidnaps all the puppies with the intentions of making a coat out of their perfect fur. But the puppies soon realize Cruella’s intentions and that’s when these innocent on the outside but wicked smart on the inside puppies plan a plot of their own against Cruella. Live action versions of original animated characters don’t usually work too well, but this one’s different. It’s not only as good as the cartoon but at times it’ll make you feel that this live-action movie is much better than the original cartoon.