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[ # ] Adopt Marley & Me: The Puppy Years today!
August 16th, 2011 under DVD, Michael Damian

Marley & Me: The Puppy Years is out now and you are going to want to adopt this Blu-ray/DVD today so you can play with it anytime you want.
John and Jenny Grogan have gone away on vacation and they have left their pup Marley with his sister and her son. When she also has to go out of town, Marley and her son Bodi (newcomer Travis Turner) are sent to her strict father’s (Donnelly Rhodes from Soap and Double Trouble) while she is away. While Bodi is walking the little pup, who is just as bad in this movie as he was in the first one, he meets Kaycee who is walking her pugs. She tells him about a neighborhood pup competition that she is entering her pups in and says he should the same. How will Bodi train the world’s worst dog and 2 other yellow lab pups in time for competition? Find out in this arfdorable family comedy that gives everybody’s favorite movie dog a voice.
Not only does Marley have a voice so do the other cute puppies that include 3 pugs, 3 collies, 3 dobermans, 2 yellow labs and the neighborhood cat. Each one of the four-legged creatures have their own personality and they are so well trained you almost forget that they are animals. Seriously the 12-15 week old dogs are better actors than those who stand on 2 legs. Not only are the animals good this film, so are the humans.
Michael Damian did an amazing job directing all of those mammals in this enjoyable flick that he co-wrote with his wife Janeen. And I hope they are working on a sequel to the prequel!
So pick up Marley & Me: The Puppy Years today exclusively at WalMart because you are going to want to watch this sweet family animal film over and over again with kids, kids at heart and man’s best friends!
Besides getting the movie, you also get these three special features. In Marley & Me: The Puppy Years Go to Training Camp you get to see how they got the dogs to do what Damian wanted. With Part of the Family you see how everyone got along on the set. Finally get to share highlights from the set in My Favorite Moments. Those extras are just as enjoyable to watch as the film itself. So what is stopping you from adding this to your collection, go to and buy it now!


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