Half wolf Balto has a litter with his full husky wife. Most puppies resemble her and are easily adopted by the Wild West villagers. Only one daughter, which has his lupine traits, must be raised by them and devoted goose Boris. She also proves a free-spirited rebel, drawn to the wild. Balto spares no effort to protect his stubborn, near-adult pup, which leads to both of them confronting and joining wise old 'wolf shaman' Nava's troop, which needs to make hard choices, requiring a strapping younger leader. Written by
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"Taking You Home" is played twice in the whole movie: once in the movie, and again during the end credits. See more
On the log, when Balto pulls the rope off the fox, the rope is hanging under it. The fox then pushes Balto into the water. After Balto surfaces, the rope is gone. See more
She's a good pup.
Good, yes. Pup, no. At more than year old, Aleu should have home of her own.
When the right time comes... she'll find a home.
Yes, but when the right time comes, will you let her?
Oy, I hope so.
References All Dogs Go to Heaven