Tyler is heartbroken when his dog, named Dog, unexpectedly passes away. His zany inventor dad, Tom, creates a Robo-Dog to help Tyler through the loss. At first, Tyler is not fond of the idea, but he eventually comes to accept the ”animal” as part of the family. The hilarity begins with training Robo-Dog to act like a real dog. The family does not understand everything about their new pet. But when they encounter trouble, Robo-Dog is ready to help and has to save the town from Tom’s greedy ex-boss. The family never has a dull moment with Robo-Dog by their side.
When Tyler and his wacky nerd friend Barry head off to a science fair, Robo-Dog runs away and has his memory chip erased. After starting a new life with a computer whiz and his adorable daughter, will this high-tech terrier ever find his way home to his rightful master?
What a cute movie, as you know, we love dogs, and this was just the right movie for us to watch on family night. Can he find his way home, or is this where he ends up forever. Only watching the movie can tell.
“Go fetch” reaches new heights when Robo-Dog: Airborne arrives on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand on March 14 from Lionsgate. When the world’s most advanced K-9 loses his family and his memory chip, it’s up to his best friend Tyler and his scientist dad to find Robo-Dog and bring him home! In this sequel to 2015’s family film Robo-Dog, Robo-Dog: Airborne “is encouraging and inspirational for young and old alike” (The Dove Foundation). Awarded the Dove Family Seal of Approval, the DVD features limited-edition packaging, the “Ruff Cut: Behind the Scenes of Robo-Dog: Airborne” featurette, and TV’s “Minuscule” bonus episodes.
What is your favorite dog movie? Mine is All Dogs Go To Heaven, I use to watch that with Amanda when she was little all the time. Imagine your dogs as robo dogs, we would all be in for some trouble.