Just in time for the holidays, our pups are back with some snow-filled episodes! Ryder and the pups save Adventure Bay Snow Show, help a sleepwalking bear, rescue penguins and so much more in this new DVD! My daughter and I couldn’t wait to cuddle up and watch these seven featured episodes! As always, PAW Patrol kept my daughter entertained for hours! We especially liked the episode where Ryder and the pups help Cap’n Turbot and his cousin Francois! We are so excited to have PAW Patrol: The Great Snow Rescue added to our collection!
The Pups Winter Wonder Show: The Adventure Bay Snow Show is in danger of being a no-show when Mayor Humdinger escapes with the feature act, Cap’n Turbot’s performing penguins. It’s up to the PAW Patrol to return the penguins so that the show can go on.
Pups Save a Sleepwalking Bear: The pups need to get a sleepwalking bear back home before he wakes up.
Pups Save Jake’s Cake: Ryder and the pups help get a surprise birthday cake up to Jake’s cabin.
Pups Save a Teeny Penguin: When Everest and Jake try to rescue a little penguin, they wind up floating out to sea on a homemade bridge.
Pups Save a Wild Ride: The PAW Patrol must come to the rescue when Alex and Daring Danny X snowboard near Risky Ridge.
Pups and a Whale of a Tale: While on a whale watching expedition, Everest and Jake discover a baby whale trapped beneath the ice. The PAW Patrol must use the Air Patroller to help cut breathing holes in the ice and return the playful baby whale back to its mom.
Pups Save a Floundering Francois: When Cap’n Turbot and his cousin Francois are white whale watching in Adventure Bay, their boat hits a rock and starts to sink. The pups have to help free the ship and rescue an overboard Francois from the water.
*PAW Patrol: The Great Snow Rescue is available for pre-order on Amazon and will be released October 24th, 2017*
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