Item description for Strawberry Shortcake - Best Pets Yet (Strawberry Shortcake) by Strawberry Shortcake & FoxFaith...
Overview Join your "berry" special friend, Strawberry Shortcake, for more delightful fun! In "Here Comes Pupcake," Strawberry takes in a little lost dog named Pupcake, but her spoiled house cat, Custard, does everything to make the peppy puppy want to leave! Then, in "Peppermint's Pet Peeve," sneaky Peppermint Fizz cheats so that her pet, Cola Chameleon, wins a pet competition, only to learn that no one has to "win" anything in order to be happy and have fun! Includes: * Exclusive Music Video * Berry Special Friends Game * Berry Special Places Tour
Community Description Strawberry Shortcake returns with all her furry pals in these animated adventures. In "Here Comes Pupcake," Strawberry takes in a little orphaned dog named Pupcake, but not everyone is happy about the newcomer! Her spoiled and jealous housecat, Custard, resolves to make Pupcake feel unwelcome. Then, in "Peppermint's Pet Peeve," Peppermint Fizz learns a lesson about cheating when her pet, Cola Chameleon, wins a pet competition by dubious methods.
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Actors: Sarah Heinke, DeJare Barfield, Mark Bennett, Nils Haaland, Anna Jordan
Writers: Julia Lewald
Producers: Michael Maliani
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, DVD, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
Language: English, English
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Running Time: 44.00 minutes
Record Label 20th Century Fox
Format Closed-captioned / Color / Dubbed / DVD
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Jan 15, 2008
Publisher WORD INC. (MUSIC) #38
Series Strawberry Shortcake
ISBN 0012305936 ISBN13 0024543120063 UPC 024543120063
Reviews - What do customers think about Strawberry Shortcake - Best Pets Yet?
Cute Mar 24, 2007
My daughter, who is 3, likes this one becasue of all the pets. She, and I, especially like Pupcake, who chases his tail with such abandon that he becomes a whirlwind - hysterical. I do not like Peppermint Fizz, with her sneaky cheating ways, but she realizes she was wrong at the end. She is my least favorite character whenever she appears. The world has many Peppermint Fizzes, but it doesn't mean I have to like to watch them do their dirty stuff.
Great Movie Kids Love it Mar 8, 2007
The product was great and They love it. Really it's great for the younger to the much older kids as my older kids love watching it with the younger kids.
I Know a Girl Who Has the Best Pets Yet Jan 9, 2007
"Best Pets Yet" is a DVD featuring two berry good "Strawberry Shortcake" stories. This fun series contains animation that is pleasing on the eyes, fun songs, and enjoyable plots and characters.
The fun starts with "Here Comes Pupcake." For the longest time, Strawberry has had only one pet --- a cat named Custard. Well, that is, if any cat can ever truly be called a "pet." Custard is excited because her very own special day with Strawberry is coming up. But then, both of them hear the howling of a dog. He's lost and alone and Strawberry takes him and decides to name him Pupcake. At first, Custard can't stand him. He howls all the time and seems to take up all of Strawberry's attention. Will Custard ever come to like Pupcake, at least maybe a little?
In the second story, "Peppermint's Pet Peeve," a rarely-seen character called Peppermint Fizz is jealous at how the other characters regard their pets, but pay her or her pet, a lizard, little attention. She decides to hold a competition to find the "Best Pet Yet." The kids end up reluctantly agreeing, but then Peppermint Fizz gets up to mean tricks.
DVD includes close-captioning and features a bonus music video, a friends game and a tour of places.
Clean fun for all ages! Oct 14, 2006
In this Strawberry short-cake adventure, Strawberry finds a new pup named Pup-cake, and keeps him, but Custard at first thinks he's nothing but trouble. Will he ever stop howling? And then they look back in there memory book for a hilarious, cute adventure about "Peppermint-fizz" and her pet lizard, and how they learn a lesson, about it's not a bout winning prizes and having trophies...but having fun. This volume is filled with happy, new faces, up-lifting songs, and good-for-the-heart lessons. This has it all. It's definately worth the money. Perfect for anybody 3 and up! Please buy it, you won't regret it.
Good for toddlers -- but not the adults.... Jul 25, 2006
My two daughters (1-1/2 and 2-1/2) love this movie. They will sit still to watch the whole thing. Therefore, I can recommend it for toddler entertainment. However, the adults may want to leave the room.... It simply grates on your nerves after the first viewing -- especially the voice casting for Custard. The voice is a horrible match to the cute pink kitty pictured. And honestly, before this video, I didn't realize that a voice actor could be such a BAD actor!!! It is agony to listen to the too-hard voice deliver lines in such flat dreary tones....