Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to check out the omnimax film, SuperPower Dogs at the Great Lakes Science Center’s Cleveland Clinic Dome Theater.
It’s a movie comprised of individual stories of six main dogs – Halo (a Dutch Shepherd), Henry (a Border Collie), Reef (a Newfoundland), Ricochet (a Golden Retriever), and Tony & Tipper (both Bloodhounds). Each dog has it’s own remarkable abilities – some are rescue dogs while others provide emotional support.
Halo is the main dog in the film and it follows her three year journey from being a hand selected puppy, through the challenges of training and growing into an adult to become part of the Florida Task Force 1 Disaster Relief team.
As the movie introduces each dog and it’s superpowers, it provides both a visual and educational understanding of the dogs biology and how it helps them do their incredible jobs well.
This movie is both heart warming, interesting, educational and fun for children and adults. All of the dogs in the movie are relatable and extremely brave. I took my four year old to the movie and she absolutely loved it.
If you are a dog lover, I highly encourage you to check out this film at the Great Lakes Science Center before it leaves the theater!
Disclaimer: I received two free tickets to the premiere of SuperPower Dogs from the Great Lakes Science Center. As always, all opinions are 100% my own!
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