POUND PUPPIES: Homeward Pound on DVD now #Giveaway

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Pound PuppiesI’m a child of the 80s. Well, the 70s, really, but my earliest memories are from the 80s. One favorite thing I remember was my beloved Pound Puppies!!  I may or may not still have one…

I was excited to hear about the March 6 release of POUND PUPPIES: HOMEWARD POUND. Another way to revisit favorite friends from my childhood and share wholesome television with my kids.   The kids love animal characters, and each of the Pound Puppies are just lovable, relatable characters.  The five episodes are long enough to keep the kids’ attention – but short enough that we can watch just one before bedtime or after lunch.  Sweet stories and endearing characters make this a great DVD to our collection!

DVD Special Feature include Learn to Draw Lucky (My kids are so excited for this, they love learning to draw specific things)

AVAILABLE MARCH 6 FROM SHOUT! FACTORY

 

Puppy lovers rejoice! Pound Puppies: Homeward Pound will arrive on DVD on March 6, 2012, from Shout! Factory Kids in collaboration with Hasbro, Inc.  The DVD set will contain bonus feature Learn to Draw Lucky.

The Pound Puppies are a team of fearless dogs whose sworn mission is to find homes for lonely puppies. Even though they look like regular dogs, these pro-active pooches match up pups with loving families fulfilling the mantra of a pup for every person and a person for every pup—all while they keep the humans at Shelter 17 clueless. Sometimes dogs are dogs’ best friend!

The Pound Puppies series is currently airing on The Hub in the U.S. and YTV in Canada. The DVD release marks the North American home entertainment debut of Hasbro Studios’ hit show.

Episodes:

Homeward Pound

My Fair Rebound

Quintuplets

K-9 Kid

Zoltron

Bonus Feature: Learn to Draw Lucky

Pound Puppies: Homeward Pound is priced at $12.99 SRP.

One reader will win a copy of Pound Puppies: Homeward Pound on DVD


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I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review.   Opinions are my own.

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  • My favorite was always the Smurfs

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  • Duck tales when I was really little and then full house when I got a little older!

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  • I loved Scooby Doo and the flinstones

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  • I liked Shirt Tales and Snorks

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  • i loved the mickey mouse club
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  • I loved the Smurfs!

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  • I am showing my age here. The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family.

    First runs. Not syndication. Yippes!!!!

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  • I loved Heath Cliff

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  • my fav was the original pound puppies

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  • My favorite show as a kid was Kids Incorporated.

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  • Scooby Doo

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  • I loved the Gummi Bears!

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  • Great shows to watch with the kiddos!

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  • I really liked The rugrats

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  • i loved the Flintstones

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  • My grandchildren will love watching these videos!

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  • I loved brady bunch!

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  • Power Rangers!

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  • I loved Silver Spoons

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  • I loved Pound Puppies… and also the little Knomes

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  • I loved ducktales!

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