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Adolescence is an emotionally stormy time for kids, but it's especially so for Shane (Josh Hutcherson), a teenager being raised by single firefighter father Connor (Bruce Greenwood). Add the recent death of Shane's fire-captain uncle (Connor's brother) in the line of duty and the pending closure of their neighborhood "Dogpatch" fire station, and both Shane's propensity for skipping school and brooding in his room and his father's obsession with work seem easily explainable. When a mutt called Dewey, really a very spoiled superstar dog named Rexxx who's been presumed dead after a parachuting stunt gone wrong, turns up in a burning building and is rescued by the Dogpatch crew, Connor puts Shane in charge of caring for the dog and finding its owner. Shane and Dewey clash immediately and Shane is extremely resentful toward both the dog and his father. However, Dewey's special talents (like skateboarding and trampoline jumping), combined with his good fire-fighting instincts, soon win the admiration and affection of Shane and the entire Dogpatch crew. A series of mysterious fires causes Shane and Connor to begin to really communicate and reconnect, but those fires also threaten their very lives. At the same time, Dewey's former owner discovers Dewey's true identity and demands the return of his superstar companion. An engaging dog story that explores the difficulties of growing up and dealing with personal tragedy, Firehouse Dog is a fun family film that's rated PG due to some mildly crude humor (think potty jokes), language, and action peril. --Tami Horiuchi
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LOVED THIS MOVIE IYS REALLY GREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, EVEN YOUR DOG !!!++++++++++++APublished 24 days ago by SANDRA L CRUZ
I love this movie. I fall in love with the dog who adopts this boy and the fire station which is about to go under. He rescues them and becomes part of a family. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Genevieve Wyatt
An adorable movie for all ages groups. The dog is a hoot and this was one of Josh Hutcherson's first movies....way before the Hunger Games.Published 2 months ago by Rachel C.
This show is great for kids and adults alike, the hair piece on the dog is a little strange. Pulling the dad and son together through the whole show is fantastic. Read morePublished 2 months ago by deborah trivett