Following in the paw prints of their famous golden retriever father Air Bud, the five Snow Buddies find adventure in Alaska when the pups try to help a young boy (Dominic Scott Kay) and his pet husky compete in a dog sled race.
Why is Snow Buddies rated G? The MPAA rated Snow Buddies G
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Rating & Content Info
Why is Snow Buddies rated G? Snow Buddies is rated G by the MPAA
Although low on content, Snow Buddies does include mild name-calling and potty humor. Also, be aware of some rough play on the racecourse, like competitors being knocked off sleds, sliding down snow banks or breaking through lake ice. One of the puppies is named after a deity and it’s personality pokes fun at a few religious stereotypes, which may be offensive to some people.
Page last updated January 4, 2012
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|
News About "Snow Buddies"
Cast and Crew
Snow Buddies is directed by and stars Dominic Scott Kay, John Kapelos, Lise Simms..
The most recent home video release of Snow Buddies movie is February 29, 2008. Here are some details…
Blu-ray Notes: Snow Buddies
Blu-ray Release Date: 31 January 2012
Snow Buddies releases on Blu-ray on January 31, 2012.
DVD Notes: Snow Buddies
DVD Release Date: 5 February 2008
Snow Buddies races directly onto DVD with the following bonus extras in tow: Buddy Bites (the Buddies provide a behind-the-scenes commentary), The Magic of Visual Effects and Dogumentary, plus a music video (by Mitchel Musso) and bloopers. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound (English, French and Spanish).