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Overall B

Chloe (voice of Drew Barrymore) is a Chihuahua that lives in the lap of luxury. But when the Beverly Hills resident finds herself lost in Mexico, the pampered pup soon learns how ill-equipped she is to survive on the streets. Thankfully, a pocket-sized pooch named Papi (voice of George Lopez) comes to her rescue.

Violence B-
Sexual Content A-
Profanity A-
Substance Use A

MPAA Rating: PG for some mild thematic elements.

Why is Beverly Hills Chihuahua rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: Beverly Hills Chihuahua is rated PG for for some mild thematic elements.

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Used to being a rich and famous purse puppy, Chloe the Chihuahua finds herself lost on foreign soil and surrounded by mutts. She is soon kidnapped, caged and sent into a dogfight with a Doberman. After escaping, she and a group of dogs dash through narrow city streets, knocking over people and carts. A character is mistakenly thrown from a bed and later pushed into mud to cover its scent from a tracking dog. Two animals steal Chloe’s dog collar and identification. A pooch is put in peril on several occasions including falling down a well, jumping from a moving train and being attacked by mountain lions. While attempting to illegally cross an international border, a pack of canines are almost discovered by officials. A police dog and his human partner are attacked and injured by criminals. Humans are bitten on several occasions (once in the face). A storeowner attempts to hit small animals with a broom. Following a dogfight, a character appears to be dead. Dog saliva and bathroom activities are briefly depicted, along with a few mildly sensual comments. A human couple kisses and one dog licks another.