Puppy Star Christmas on Netflix
I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Air Bud Entertainment.
Wondering what to watch these Christmas holidays with your loved ones? Netflix has recently released the Puppy Star Christmas that will be sure to entertain your whole family. The movie like all other Air Bud Entertainment movies are fun, dramatic but very entertaining for the whole family. They are action-packed and are now expanding with a new series on the Disney Channel in 2019. It is always great to hang out with the family with clean fun.
Puppy Star Christmas is a great movie to bond over the holidays, especially for those doggie fans out there. My kiddos and I love the cute and adorable puppies, fun family oriented content and holiday theme. It was great to see a new introduction of puppies for the Tiny and P.U.P family. The songs are always creative and make my children giggle and sing along. It is wonderful to bake and enjoy a warm cookie or gingerbread pieces while watching this fun, funny and action filled movie. The holiday cheer is abundant, while promoting the real purpose of Christmas, family unity. The love between the puppies and their parents is truly cemented as they rescue the real Christmas spirit.
We received an early look to the Puppy Star Christmas movie release on Netflix plus a puppy package that included, a child’s apron, Ateco pastry tips and bag, Air Bud ornament, candies to decorate our gingerbread house of choice. My children and friends had a blast decorating and in between eating their candy decorations. From M & M’s with air bud images to doggie bone candies. We had a blast and enjoyed eating the house while watching the movie after. The multiple tips came in handy for each of the kiddos to use at the same time. They felt like real bakers too. Although, we did not use the apron that day, we did use it to bake cookies a few days later and to play pretend at home. The movie was pretty entertaining for the kiddos, from ages 3 to 9 and us adults too. The cute dogs they filmed were pretty adorable, although the story is a bit farfetched for adults, it is very comical for young minds and a great way to bond