When you’re feeling down and you need a good cry, there’s nothing that will make it all better like a sad dog movie. Or maybe I just have a soft spot for emotional stories. Either way, there are certain sad dog movies on Netflix that will leave us in tears as they tug at our heartstrings.
Today I’ll be talking about some of those movies, the ones that make us go “Awwwww!” and “Nooooo!” Here is a list of 5 sad dog movies on Netflix.
- Marley and Me (2008)
- Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2010)
- Red Dog (2011)
- A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
- To Be of Service (2019)
5 Sad Dog Movies on Netflix
Marley and Me (2008)
Marley and Me (2008) is an American comedy-drama directed by David Frankel. This movie is about a newly-wed couple that learns life lessons thanks to their adopted furry friend Marley. Marley doesn’t stop teaching them life lessons even after they get children.
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2010)
Parker Wilson, a music professor, finds an Akita puppy in need of a home. Wilson’s wife, Cate, initially refuses to let the dog stay with them, but later agrees to take care of it. Wilson names the dog Hachi(ko) and they share a special unbreakable bond.
Red Dog (2011)
Red Dog is an adventure about a dog who roamed the Australian outback in search of his original master. While looking for his master the dog brought people and communities together, sparking love in some and self-discovery in others.
A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
A Dog’s Way Home is an action-adventure movie about a homesick dog (Bella) that is devoted to reuniting with her owner. She travels 400 miles on an adventurous journey where she meets new friends.
To Be of Service (2019)
To Be Of Service is a feature documentary about veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the service dogs trained to help them. These faithful companions give vets the encouragement and independence they need to get by in their daily lives.
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