10+ Best Dog Christmas Movies

Christmas is a long holiday. Besides spending time with friends and family, filling joy and happiness to each other, spending your time with your dog is also important. 

After spending most of your time working, your dog needs you to play around with you , cuddling and laughing together. 

So, rather than cuddling around with your dog in winter without anything else to do, we’ve rounded up some holidays and Christmas best movies you can watch with your furry best friends since dogs also love to watch a movie.

Here are 10+ Best Christmas Movie you can watch with your dog

  1. How the Grinch Stole Christmas 

Release: 2000

Genre: Comedy, Family

A little girl named Cindy Lou Who is feeling depressed, and not at all in the holiday spirit. When her brother and his friends return from climbing Mt Crumpit and claim they saw the Grinch, Cindy Lou grows curious as to the Grinch, who she learns does not like Christmas. While in the Post Office with her Father, Cindy takes some mail to a backroom, and finds the Grinch trying to cause havoc in the mailroom. The Grinch scares her and causes Cindy to fall into the mail sorting machine. To her surprise, the Grinch rescues her.

2. A Golden Christmas

Release: 2009

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family

A woman visits her parents for Christmas. Hearing that they’ve “sold” the house, she wants to buy it. At 9 she had a BFF in the woods nearby named Han Solo. She and the buyer are single, divorced and have a child each. Is he her Han?

3. The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation

Release: 2010

Genre: Comedy, Kids, Family

The Bannister family – including former K-9 police hero Zeus – is back, and this time they’re spending their holidays at a beautiful Rocky Mountain resort. But toss in an unexpected visit from cocky Uncle Randy and his foxy poodle Bella and a familiar pair of bumbling jewel thieves, and this holiday may be headed downhill fast! Can Zeus solve the crime, save Bella and hit the slopes, all in time for Christmas Day?

4. The 12 Dogs of Christmas

Release: 2005

Genre: Family

This family Christmas drama is set during the Great Depression, when a single father receives an eviction notice from his landlord and decides to send his 12-year-old daughter, Emma (Jordan-Claire Green), from their hometown of Pittsburgh all the way north to Maine. When she arrives in Doverville, Emma is struck by the town’s strange no-dogs law, which is enforced by the mayor (Richard Riehle) and his brother, the creepy, cat-loving, dog-hating dogcatcher (John Billingsley). While at her new school, Emma saves a small dog from being caught, befriends Mike (Adam Hicks) — a boy whose widowed mother runs a dog orphanage right outside town limits — and eventually comes up with a plan to have the annual school Christmas pageant show the town that their no-dogs law is barking mad.

5. 12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue

Release: 2012

Genre: Family

In this heartwarming sequel to the holiday classic, Emma (Danielle Chuchran) rallies her friends new and old to save a beloved puppy orphanage by putting on a musical holiday extravaganza.

6. Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Release: 2011

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

A Christmas Elf accidentally takes off in Santa’s sleigh, crashes, lands in a small town, and loses the magic toy bag. Beethoven must rescue the Elf, recover the bag from greedy crooks, and return the sleigh to Santa in time to save Christmas.

7. Golden Winter

Release: 2012

Genre: Comedy, Family

A series of events leads to a boy befriending a litter of hapless golden retrievers without a home. together, they help stop a bank robbery just in time for Christmas.

8. Alone for Christmas 

Release: 2013

Genre: Comedy, Family, Action

When a family visits Grandma’s house on Christmas Eve, they leave their dog at home alone. And when burglars try to take the presents from under the tree, the dog must use every trick it knows to stop them.

9. A Dog for Christmas

Release: 2015

Genre: Comedy, Family

The entire family stays at Dave and Sandy’s home for the holidays. Kassandra wants a puppy for Christmas, but Mom and Dad aren’t ready for that. Will Santa grant Kassandra’s only wish for Christmas?

10. The Three Dogateers

Release: 2014

Genre: Comedy, Family

When they are left on their own a few days before Christmas, three white little fur balls get their paws into a world of trouble. A couple of no-good burglars have made off with all of the family’s presents and decorations, and it’s time for the Three Dogateers to unite! The always-hungry Barkos, the pampered purebred Wagos and the adventure-loving Arfamis set off on a journey to sniff out the bad guys. But with the world’s meanest dogcatcher hot on their tails, they may need a little help from Santa Claus himself to save Christmas!

11. A Belle for Christmas

Release: 2014

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family

When a sweet young boy and his precocious sister discover their newly adopted puppy Belle has been nabbed by the beautiful gold digger dating their widowed dad on Christmas Eve, the kids recruit their neighborhood friends and set out on an adventurous rescue mission to save her.

12. Shelby

Release: 2014

Genre: Comedy, Family

This isn’t just a Christmas miracle. It’s Christmas magic! In this heart-warming family tale, rescue dog Shelby manages to escape the dog pound on Christmas Eve and runs straight into the arms of little Jake. Immediately the two are inseparable! Jake wants to be a magician and Shelby soon becomes the best friend and magical assistant he’s always wanted. The only thing standing between them and a perfect Christmas is the notorious local dogcatcher – he has Shelby in his sights and he’s not going to stop until he finds him! Can Shelby and Jake conjure up a little Christmas magic to save the day?

13. Christmas All Over Again

Release: 2016

Genre: Comedy, Family

A mischievous, swag-obsessed boy must overcome his inner Scrooge, or remain caught in a cycle where every day is a Christmas without presents.

Those are the best movies you can watch with your dog at Christmas, especially if you spend your time only with your dog at Christmas. You will find those movies hilarious, funny, and more importantly, you can spend quality time with your dogs.

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