Peace on Earth, Good-Will to Dogs
"Peace on Earth, Good-Will to Dogs" is a charming Christmas tale that will warm the hearts of canine lovers. The stubborn, dreamy teenage protagonist, Flame, stumbles on a house full of upper-class dogs and winds up volunteering to spend the holidays with them so their caretaker can visit his family. Hilarious hijinks ensue in short order, but a happy ending is had by all.
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