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When I see this show for the first time, I could not believe it, this show is exactly as Jake Long.
The worst of all this problem, is that was COMPLETELY A COPY OF JAKE LONG, first an occidental main character, a Sharpei dog that can talk, and the plot of facing supernatural forces, this was the worst think that someone could have ever done, because Jake Long appear first.
Juniper Lee have better color on its characters, but lacks originality.
If you really enjoy Jake Long, you better review this show by your self, personally, I was completely disappointed to see a show that has no original story.
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