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A Dog’s Journey (Giveaway)

Picking up where A Dog’s Purpose left off, A Dog’s Journey, available on Digital on August 6, 2019, as well as on Blu-rayTM, DVD and On Demand on August 20, 2019, continues the tale of lovable farm dog Bailey, as he finds a new destiny and forms an unbreakable bond, and learns that some friendships transcend lifetimes. A hit with audiences, who rated it an “A” CinemaScore, the movie is “a must-see for any dog lover” (Chuck Yarborough, The Plain Dealer) and the perfect choice for family viewing, teaching universal lessons about the values of friendship and devotion. “Pawsitively” uplifting from start to finish, A Dog’s Journey features over 30 minutes of bonus content including deleted and extended scenes, a hilarious gag reel and featurettes with the cast and a behind the scenes look at the memorable animal performances.

Bailey (voiced again by Josh Gad; Beauty and the Beast, Frozen) is living the good life on the Michigan farm of his former “boy” now grown to manhood, Ethan (Dennis Quaid; A Dog’s Purpose, I Can Only Imagine) and Ethan’s wife Hannah (Marg Helgenberger; “C.S.I.,” “Under the Dome”). He even has a new playmate: Ethan and Hannah’s baby granddaughter, CJ (Kathryn Prescott; “24: Legacy”). Everything is great on the farm until CJ’s mom, Gloria (Betty Gilpin, Isn’t It Romantic, “GLOW”), decides to take CJ away and chase her own fulfillment in the big city. Ethan asks Bailey to watch over CJ wherever she goes and thus begins Bailey’s adventure through multiple lives filled with love, friendship and devotion as he, CJ, and CJ’s best friend Trent (Henry Lau; Internationally famous pop star) experience joy and heartbreak, music and laughter, and few really good belly rubs.

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  • Growing up I had a Samoyed Husky called Mindy for many years. She was a very loyal companion. Dogs love so unconditionally and are pawsitively wonderful!

  • When we lived in Alberta years ago, we had a collie type dog, I would love to walk the acrage and he was always at my side. Many times he chased off coyotes, and other dogs, one time he grabbed up a snake and shook it. His way of protecting me!

  • My daughter has an adorable Shih Tzu named Sascha, getting on in years now. Another daughter has a young one too, called Max. Perfect little dogs for those who work, as they can easily stay at home on their own. They seldom bark another huge plus. They both love being petted and tickled.

  • We had a beautiful Sheltie female who was part of our family. Her favorite TV show was “Littlest Hobo”. When the show was over, she would get off the sofa and go look behind the TV!

  • All the dogs are special ! We currently have 2 lovely mutts who are very special to us – we love having dogs in our lives – they make life more complete 😀

  • I’ve only had one dog in my life – he was a little yorkie bishon cross – 12 lbs of pure diva when he wanted to be lol He LOVED everyone and anything – just a scruffy ball of sunshine!

  • growing up we always had a dog, the first dog I recall is a huge black dog we had names Pup, we adored him and followed him everywhere

  • My sweet Bear was a wonderful Llhasa mix. He got me through a difficult period in my life with his love and silly ways. He’s been gone almost 20 years but I still miss him.

  • The most special dog was our daughter’s big, fluffy, happy and lovable Chow Chow named Chewbacca. She had to put him to sleep this year because he had cancer and was bleeding internally. We had him in our lives for 12 years.

  • When I was in Jr High I had a husky that knew all my secrets and I spent every spare minute with her. I taught her to pull my sled, she was awesome.

  • My grandparents had a big golden dog I just loved. They lived on a farm and when a car pulled into the farm yard Duke was right there to check out who was in it. My grandpa used to help us on Duke’s back and we would ride around the lawn on him. When the ride was over he would gently get down so we could climb off his back and then he would wait for the next child to get on. He was a great dog.

  • The only time I had a dog was when I was really young and I don’t remember much about him. As I got older though we found out I was allergic to dogs and cats so no more pets for me.

  • I have 3 amazing furbabies. Their names are Whonnie, Tay and Tank my pitbulls they mean everything to me!

  • all the dogs that have been in my life have been special…from my dog growing up when I was a child that I bought with my own money, to the dog that we had for 16 years that my son, an only child, referred to as his sister….to the 3 grand dogs that we have been lucky to have….they all hold a special place in my heart!!

  • I adopted a little jack russle terrier from the pound in Ottawa. She had been tied up and abused by her previous owners so for the first couple of months she was terrified to go for a walk. She would literally drop to the ground and walk in a crouched position and she didn’t bark for months either. My husband built her a beautiful dog house so she could enjoy a few hours outside if need be. Our little dog crawled out of it and laid her head on his shoe, and she whimpered, like she had done something bad and was being punished so we gave the dog house away. Now she loves going for a walk and even barks if someone comes to our door. She is so adorable and gentle and the love of the neighbourhood. It just took a lot of TLC and love to bring her around. Our granddaughters dress her up in doll clothes and bonnets and take her for walks in a baby stroller too. LOL We all just love her to pieces and for the first time ever she knows what real love is.

  • We inherited our current dog, Valentine when my MIL passed away. She was her dog and was staying with us when my MIL was in the hospital. We all got really attached to her. I think it really helps my husband to have her close to him.

  • We have Maggie, a 100lb. french mastiff that we got from a rescue in November. Our last French Mastiff died on my birthday in 2018 so Maggie has helped bring some healing to our family.

  • I had the most beautiful Sheltie as my childhood dog – my beautiful Lacy Girl. She was my neighbour’s/friend’s dog, but when the parents divorced we ended up with her – she came for Thanksgiving dinner and never went back to them (and they moved away). She was such a lovely little dog, so excited by life – she would get so excited for her walks, and loved to play with our cat Houdini. I had her until my early 20s and I’ve never been able to get another dog as losing her was so hard.

  • I had a guy come into my life, he waas my moms for a short time but when he saw me he made me his b****. And when it came time for mom to go he would not go with her. He eventually became my master, he barked, I asked what he wanted. He was my best guy and lived.with me from Age 9 to just before his 16th birthday. It has been a few years since he has passed, but his remains are on mantle and his picture.
    I have 3 other fur babies, one is a sweet girl, another is just crazy and the baby is my baby.

    Dogs are just…. amazing