14 January 2013

DVD Review: Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures

My family and I recently received a copy of the new animated DVD Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures to review.


Littlest Pet Shop is one of the newer TV series based on the popular Hasbro toys, and this is the first DVD collection for it. It follows a young girl Blythe Baxter and her father, who move into a Big City apartment, right above the Littlest Pet Shop store, which also doubles as a day camp for pets. Blythe discovers that she has the ability to understand what the pets are saying, and they can understand her back! This is is beginning of fun adventures for the little girl and the animals. The series is definitely geared more towards girls than boys, and in the ages 3-8 age range.

This DVD features five episodes: "Blythe's Big Adventure Parts 1 & 2", "Bad Hair Day", "Gailbreak!", and "Penny For Your Laughs". It also contains several bonus features, including "A Look Behind The Pet Shop Doors", and printable coloring sheets for your kids to color. Speaking of coloring sheets, here is a link to download some:



Keep your eyes peeled for DVDs which hace a peelie sticker with a coupon on it that will save you $5 off your purchase of this DVD and any Hasbro Littlest Pet Shop toy - you can snag some of the smaller sets for free or nearly free with it!

My daughter just loved this DVD - I think like any little girl surrounded by pets she loves the idea of being able to have conversations with them. ;) The pets on the show aren't just cats and dogs - there's a wide assortment of critters and they all have distinct personalities, just like many animals in real life. I found myself wishing this show was around when I was her age! ;)

Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures will be available on DVD tomorrow, Tuesday January 15th, 2013. Rated TV-Y, it is safe for all ages (see above). It has a total running time of 110 minutes long. The suggested cover price is $14.97, but Amazon has it available on pre-order for $12.78 as of this posting.

I received a copy of this DVD in order to view it and share my thoughts on it. All opinions are my own.

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