Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades DVD Review

Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades

Blythe and her best friends — Zoe the spaniel, Pepper the skunk, Sunil the mongoose, Russell the hedgehog, Penny the panda, Vinnie the gecko and Minka the monkey — are back for five more exciting adventures in the Littlest Pet Shop! On October 1, 2013, Shout! Factory Kids, in collaboration with Hasbro Studios, will release Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades on DVD.  This collection features encounters with legendary parrots, movie stars and Blythe’s sudden inability to understand the pets! All of these adventures and more happen in these petacular episodes of The Littlest Pet Shop!

Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades delivers captivating entertainment the whole family can enjoy and contains a brand new bonus sing-along. Featuring all-new original music by Daytime Emmy® Award nominee Daniel Ingram and the vocal talent of Ashleigh Ball, Tabitha St. Germain, Nicole Oliver and Peter New, Littlest Pet Shop currently airs on The Hub TV Network in the US.


Episodes Include:

Blythe’s Crush

Dumb Dumbwaiter

Lights, Camera, Mongoose

What Did You Say?

Terriers & Tiaras


Bonus Features:



This is another really cute cartoon series and the DVD is full of short and cute episodes just brimming with adventure.  Some of he situations might go over the heads of younger children, such as Blythe’s crush and her being embarrassed of her parents.   There is still a lot of silly humour to get younger kids through these episodes and lots of great lessons to be learned such as the importance of just being yourself.


Buy it:

Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades is available now on Amazon.


Disclosure:  I received the above mentioned product in order to facilitate this review.  All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

5 thoughts on “Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades DVD Review

  1. (Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades DVD Review) What a cute DVD for little girls to watch, I know a three year old that would like this.

  2. I like Littlest Pet Shop. It’s still nice and wholesome unlike some of the more risky cartoons. I’m sure lots of little girls will enjoy this DVD.

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