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A boy and a girl hug.

A boy throws stones at a dog.

Two boys shove a boy and a girl to the ground and threaten to hit them, and several dogs surround them and snarl aggressively.

Two boys tease a boy and a dog.

Dogs chase two boys through streets.

A man talks about a dog being euthanized.

A dog flies through the sky and crash-lands in a pond, other dogs jump from high places (a window ledge, the back of a chair) trying to fly but just manage to fall hard to the floor.

A spacecraft crashes into the ground and smolders -- its passengers appear uninjured.

People grieve when their dogs disappear.

Two boys kidnap a dog and take him to a barbershop threatening to give him a haircut.

A boy picks up a dog's feces.

A dog flatulates loudly in several scenes.

There are many scatological jokes regarding bowel movements, anatomy and flatulence and dogs.

4 mild scatological terms, 5 mild anatomical terms, 2 mild obscenities.

Dogs inhale a gas from a canister and act as if they're intoxicated

There's a brief reference to euthanasia for Hubble (since he's a dog with a "bad attitude.")

Owen briefly makes a concerned comment about him being put to sleep, but that's it regarding such material.

Rated PG for some mild crude humor

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