Lassie Come Home
The first film in the Lassie series, Lassie Come Home is a testament to the bond between pets and their owners. If you’ve ever been separated from your pets (or if the very thought scares you), you might want to keep a box of tissues handy.
The ultimate tearjerker, if there ever was one! We can never forgive Disney for Old Yeller. The film, which introduced us to sadness, is a classic example of a wonderfully made pet film.
One of Tim Burton’s finest films, Frankenweenie is a tale of love, loyalty and separation. Of course, it takes on these topics with a quirk that is uniquely Tim Burton and makes for maximum entertainment!
The story of a dog in search for his master has never been depicted as masterfully as it has in Red Dog. If that wasn’t touching enough, the film also tells a story of self-discovery and loyalty that is bound to melt your heart!
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
If you still haven’t watched Hachi, here’s a word from the wise: prepare to cry like a baby. The movie, based on a real story, is a heartbreaking display of a bond that goes way beyond one lifetime.
A lot of films have given us stunning depictions of dogs’ love for their masters. But what about a human’s love for their pet? Beethoven is the perfect film to showcase that.
My Dog Skip
Very few things are as heartwarming and delightful as coming-of-age tales that feature dogs. After all, they take two things we love and the mixture is beautiful, entertaining and in the case of My Dog Skip, downright spectacular.