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PAW Patrol: Pups Save the Bunnies (DVD)
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PAW Patrol: Pups Save the Bunnies (DVD)

Nick Jr’s precious pups are back to save bunnies, hunt down Easter eggs, and more.

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Just in time for spring, Nick Jr. releases another great collection in PAW Patrol: Pups Save the Bunnies. This DVD features seven episodes (though one is a double-length adventure) of the heroic pups doing their best to save bunnies, go on Easter egg hunts, and tackle exciting situations they find themselves in that kids, their parents, and anyone young at heart will bark about.

Whether it’s finding a special Easter egg in “Pups Save the Easter Egg Hunt”, or stopping hungry bunnies from eating all of Farmer Yumi’s carrots in “Pups Save the Bunnies”, these puppies have plenty of power to save the day, especially with Ryder leading the way with their awesome gear and tech. As with all their adventures, these tools come in handy for getting any task done, such as in “Pups Save the SongBirds” where all the songbirds go missing in the city and it’s up to them to get the birds back, or in “A Pup in Sheep’s Clothing” where they need to find Farmer Al’s missing sheep and stop who is setting them loose.

I always have a good time watching the Nick Jr releases with some of my young relatives, and this PAW Patrol collection is no different. It’s easily one of the best Nick Jr and kid shows out there, and even parents and older viewers will find themselves enjoying it. For a DVD release, everything looks and sounds good despite not being in high definition. While there aren’t any special features included here, the episodes should be more than enough adventure for any that watch.

Those looking for a fun way to spend time with their kids or just want the latest collection of Nick Jr excitement to take on the go will want to pick up a copy of PAW Patrol: Pups Save the Bunnies and watch these powerful puppies bark up the right tree for adventure and fun.

About the Author: Chris Mitchell