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A brief scene of a female Pomeranian trying to get a male Malamute's attention by rubbing her body on him and tapping his collar, He rejects her by grinning and making grossed sounds, trying to walk away, but unnoticeably, the groin region of the male is lightly dragged over the female's head.

Multiple scenes of dogs fighting.

A couple dogs fight a bear, then the bear exceeds the weight limit of a nearby frozen lake, and gets sunken in. It is never seen again.

A couple dogs are seen getting injured.

A musher of a sled team hits his head on the hard ground, knocking him unconscious.

Intense scenes of dog fighting, Balto fighting with a bear, scenes of sick children, and an injured dog driver make this frightening for young children. The journey back to nome is frightening!



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