Snow Buddies

[ Snow Buddies ]

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Just watched this comedy the other day. (Official Website) Hehe.. Dog lovers, you must watch this! believe me you gonna love it!!

5 little extremely smart and cool goldens, plus one little husky. Made up to be a sleigh team. Well, one thing you cannot miss, the special characteristics of this 5 little goldens!

Based on the photo, form left to right, top to bottom:
Rosebud, a typical like-to-look-pretty girl, help her master do the dress selection every morning.
Shasta, a very royal and honest husky, helping her master to build up the sleigh team.
Mudbud, a dirt and mud lover, like to roll over in the mud and you hardly find a clean spot on him.
Buddha, a strong yoga practice boy, teaching yoga and practicing meditation every morning.
Budderball, he likes to eat, likes to play, especially basketball.
B-dawg, a very black-man-style the yo-yo-yotoo.

Last but not least, baby's friend was there too. A very strong and big St, Bernard, who also the police dog at the area. He also responsible for the first-aid rescue job! Well of course, my baby is far more prettier.. Haha~

Synopsis (extracted from Wikipedia):

The movie follows the story of Buddy and Molly’s offspring in Washington. The puppies are playing hide-and-seek one morning when Butterball finds an ice-cream truck. Rosebud spots the hapless canine and follows him in an attempt to help. Hilarity ensues when Buddha finds them both in the truck and B-Dawg and Mud-Bud end up in the truck which is shipping to Alaska.

In Alaska, the Buddies meet Shasta, a young husky whose owner wants nothing more than to mush. The puppies take a vote to help a grateful Shasta to pursue his dreams. Unfortunately, as Shasta has no parents, this puts the puppies in a predicament as there is nobody to teach them how to become snow dogs and the local population of older puppies sneers at the thought of them learning how. Luckily, they find Talon, his father’s mentor, in the mountains. Although initially reluctant, Shasta manages to persuade Talon into teaching the over-zealous puppies into becoming his new protégés by reminding him that “It’s not the size of the dog that counts but the heart of team”.

When Shasta introduces his owner, Adam, to his new sleigh team, the child is delighted at the prospect of his dreams coming true and the team pursue vigorous training routines often to comedic effect.

Adam begins building a new sleigh with his team of hard-working puppies. Talon proudly watches as the team’s efforts come to fruition and it seems as though they are cooperating as a team. The older town huskeys, however, are not impressed and begin to plan their downfall. They reveal to the Buddies that Shasta’s parents died when the ice beneath them shattered to dishearten them.

Back in Washington, Buddy and Molly find Budderball’s toy American football on the back of the ice-cream truck and proceed to take the same route the puppies did to Alaska.

Talon calls the puppies to the mountain late on night to view the Northern Lights before he departs telling Shasta that knows all he needs to know and that he can become the great leader that his father was. The following morning, the puppies enter the race with Adam. After being reminded by how treacherous the race is by the race manager, the puppies begin their trek.

Meanwhile, Buddy and Molly go looking for the puppies in Alaska where the rescue dog Bernie informs them of their participation in the race and without hesitation try to find the puppies. Adam’s father also begins looking for his son.

The team manage to make it to the midway checkpoint without much difficulty. The sheriff finally checks his email and finds out that the puppies in his town are actually the missing puppies from Washington. The snowstorm becomes more and more dangerous as Adam’s father gets snowed in and Adam’s main competitor and owner of the rival snow dogs begins cheating by sabotaging the competing sleds. Adam and the team take shelter in an inuit until the storm subsides. They come head to head with their opponent, Jean George and Adam gets injured.

Luckily Adam recovers. Jean George’s dogs, the bullies from earlier get into trouble when the ice beneath them shatters. Jean George continues and abandons his dogs while Adam and the puppies begin a rescue operation despite Shasta’s fears of his parents’ deaths. The puppies pull the dogs out of the icy waters and Jean George resumes the race without any gratitude.

Jean George’s dogs realise they owe nothing to their owner and everything to Shasta and the Buddies, and so, slow down causing Jean George to lose the race. Adam is victorious and the Buddies reunite with Buddy and Molly. Jean George gives out to his dogs and they respond in kind by chasing him around the Arctic. The Buddies, all seven of them return home on via airplane.