Max faces some major changes after his owner Katie gets married and now has a child. On a family trip to the countryside, Max meets a farm dog named Rooster, and both attempt to overcome his fears. Meanwhile, Gidget tries to rescue Max's favorite toy from a cat-packed apartment, and Snowball sets on a mission to free a white tiger named Hu from a circus.Written by
This is the first Illumination film since Sing (2016) to be produced in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio. See more »
At the farm, a red fox sneaks upon Max and ambushes him in a predatory manner. Common foxes are very shy, are not aggressive, and do not eat domestic dogs. Also, common foxes are very athletic, yet physically weaker than domestic dogs. See more »
Ah kids. Everybody loves them, right? You'll probably love kids.
[his dog taking his sandwich]
I gotta admit. I don't. That's me by the way. I'm Max. I'm the little dog right there, grateful I'm not being piled on by a horde of children.
[runs to them falls off on the ground gets up chucking]
Wait for me!
Ugh, can you believe that?
Heh heh! Having your kid looks like fun.
Nah man, it ain't fun. i'm telling you once the humans bring a kid home, you're life ain't the same.
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At the very end of the credits, Rooster says "Okay, moment's over." See more »
The UK version edits Pops' line "Pickles is pissed!" as "Pickles is peeved!", because 'pissed' means 'drunk' in the UK. See more »
Let's get this straight it a film made for children so if it didn't float the boat of the adult reviewers on here so what. Although not as good as the first it was still a pleasant one hour and twenty minutes of the further adventures of are favourite pets.
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