40+ Best Dog Movies For Fans Of Canine Cinema - Endless Popcorn

Best Dog Movies

Dogs are man’s best friend for a reason. They are loyal, loving, and always there to make us laugh. If you’re a fan of canine cinema or even just dogs in general, then you’re in luck! We’ve put together a list of the best dog movies ever made. From heartwarming tales of friendship to hilarious comedies, this list has something for everyone who loves dogs. So grab some popcorn and prepare to enjoy some of the best movies about our furry friends!

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Our Top Picks For The Best Dog Movies
  • The Call Of The Wild (2020)
  • Marley & Me (2008)
  • Marmaduke (2010)
  • Beethoven (1992)
  • Lady And The Tramp (1955)
  • Eight Below (2006)
  • Dog (2022)
  • 101 Dalmatians (1961)
  • Max (2015)
  • Bolt (2008)

1.  Dog


Dog Movie Description

Army Ranger Briggs (Channing Tatum) is determined to make it to a soldier’s funeral on time. With his dog Lulu by his side, the two of them drive each other crazy, break a handful of laws, and learn to let down their guards along the way.

2.  Lady and the Tramp

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Lady And The Tramp Movie Description

Lady (Wilfred Jackson), a pampered cocker spaniel, has a comfortable life until her owners have a baby and she is forced to live on the street. Luckily, she meets the stray mutt Tramp (Hamilton Luske) and the two of them fall in love. However, their many differences may keep them apart.

3.  Marley & Me

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Marley & Me Movie Description

The Grogans, a young married couple, leave snowy Michigan and move to Florida where they buy their first home. They soon adopt a yellow Labrador pup named Marley. However, Marley soon becomes a mischievous handful. Despite his destructive behavior, Marley always brings out the best in John (Owen Wilson), Jenny (Jennifer Aniston), and their growing family.

4.  Beethoven

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Beethoven Movie Description

George Newton’s (Charles Grodin) family decides to adopt a tiny St. Bernard puppy, and he quickly feels displaced by the animal. The sweet dog has developed significantly not long after being adopted, causing home accidents.

George’s wife and children adore the puppy that they named Beethoven, but it might take time for him to appreciate the pooch’s finer characteristics. Unfortunately, Beethoven’s life with the Newton family is in danger when a vet tries to take the dog for an experiment that would kill the animal.

5.  Max

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Max Movie Description

When Kyle Wincott (Robbie Amell), a US Marine, was killed in action in Afghanistan, his service dog Max was too traumatized to continue working. Kyle’s family took in the dog when he returned to the United States, but Justin (Josh Wiggins), Kyle’s teenage brother, had issues of his own and didn’t want the animal.

Max, on the other hand, was Justin’s only chance to discover what really happened to his brother. With the aid of a dog-savvy buddy, Justin and Max started to connect and attempt to unravel his brother’s death.

6.  Eight Below

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Eight Below Movie Description

After a horrible accident and increasingly dangerous weather, three friends must leave their beloved sled dogs behind. Alone, the dogs struggle to survive the harsh Antarctic winter.

7.  Bolt

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Bolt Movie Description

Bolt (John Travolta), a canine superstar, lives a life of danger and intrigue … until the cameras stop rolling. However, he is oblivious to the fact that he is appearing on a TV program; he believes his incredible talents are genuine.

Bolt finds himself in the gritty streets of New York when he is mistakenly shipped there by mistake. He embarks on his most fantastic journey: armed only with his fantasies and accompanied by a cat and a ham to find his owner Penny (Miley Cyrus).

8.  The Call of the Wild

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The Call Of The Wild Movie Description

Buck is a big-hearted dog who, when uprooted from his California home and transported to the Alaskan Yukon in the 1890s, experiences the adventure of a lifetime as he ultimately finds his true place in the world.

9.  Marmaduke

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Marmaduke Movie Description

Marmaduke (Owen Wilson) helps his family adjust to their new lives in California. Although he loves life and is having a great time in his new home, he is finding that it’s not always easy to fit in with his new dog park pals.

10.  One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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101 Dalmatians Movie Description

Pongo (Rod Taylor) and Perdy (Cate Bauer) must rescue their puppies from the evil Cruella De Vil (Betty Lou Gerson). She wants to use their skins as a new coat. With the help of some other animals, they attempt their best to save their puppies.

Those films are the ones we believe will provide you with the best and most adorable experience on your search for the best dog movies! However, you can never have enough dogs in your life! If you’re like us you need more doggos! Because of that we’ll be listing all the other films we went through that were just barely beat out by the ones up top. So, if you’ve watched through all our top picks then these should be next up on your movies watchlist!

31 More Of The Most Adorable Dog Movies

  • Hachiko: A Dog’s Story (2009)
  • Red Dog (2011)
  • Megan Leavey (2017)
  • The Secret Life Of Pets (2016)
  • A Dog’s Journey (2019)
  • White God (2014)
  • Turner & Hooch (1989)
  • A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
  • Lassie Come Home (1943)
  • Saving Shiloh (2006)
  • A Dog’s Purpose (2017)
  • Oliver & Company (1988)
  • Scooby-Doo (2002)
  • Because Of Winn-Dixie (2005)
  • Old Yeller (1957)
  • Patrick The Pug (2018)
  • The Art Of Racing In The Rain (2019)
  • Hotel For Dogs (2009)
  • My Dog Skip (2000)
  • Oddball (2015)
  • Lady And The Tramp (2019)
  • Frankenweenie (2012)
  • 101 Dalmatians (1996)
  • Togo (2019)
  • Arctic Dogs (2019)
  • Cujo (1983)
  • Clifford The Big Red Dog (2021)
  • Alpha (2018)
  • Underdog (2007)
  • Snow Dogs (2002)
  • White Fang (2018)
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