Shout Factory LITTLEST PET SHOP: Little Pets, Big Adventures DVD Review

        When Alana first came into my life she was around the age of 6.  That is right around the time that these new little pet toys came out that soon became a huge hit with all the kiddos - Littlest Pet Shop!  These little toys remind me of our Polly pockets.  Littlest Pet shop seems to be one of the longer enjoyed toys of kiddos as Alana is now 14 and these are still popular.

        On January 15, Shout Factory Kids, in collaboration with Hasbro Studios, will release LITTLEST PET SHOP: Little Pets, Big Adventures on DVD! This collection will include 5 episodes featuring Blythe Baxter (Ashleigh Ball).  Also included is an offer for a virtual Collectible Pet!
Russell quality testing squeaky toys
        The synopsis says "Littlest Pet Shop is an animated half-hour comedy series that follows Blythe Baxter and her father as they move into a Big City apartment above the Littlest Pet Shop store - an amazing day-camp for pets of all kinds including a doggie diva, dancing gecko, a sweet, adorable panda and others. Her real adventure begins when she discovers that she alone can miraculously understand and talk to all of the pets. Blythe joins them on fantastical adventures that include uproarious song-and-dance sequences featuring all-new original music by Daytime Emmy® Award nominee Daniel Ingram and the vocal talent of Ashleigh Ball, Tabitha St. Germain, Nicole Oliver and Peter New."
The gang trying to help Russell relax
        I wasn't quite sure how this DVD would be received by the boys as they do tend to be a little more on the girlie side of toys.  But then again if you know Dane, he is my sensitive all around boy!  Dane was thrilled to watch it as he knew it would be all about pets (and we have a lot of them)!  He said he wished it was longer of course but that each episode was really fun to watch.  In fact its been in his DVD player for about a week now playing nonstop.  Dane even said it was interesting to watch since one of the girls thought being bad was cooler but then she realized she didn't have any friends that way!
Sue overhears Blythe complaining
Suggested Retail Pricing: $13.98
Recommendation:  Both boys enjoyed watching this and I thought the lessons especially about bullying were fantastic!  I definitely think at $14 its worth it to purchase.  There were tons of colors and good lessons all which kept Dane's interest viewing it more than once.

Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
Language: English
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 1
Rated: G (General Audience)
Studio: Shout! Factory
DVD Release Date: January 15, 2013
Run Time: 110 minutes

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