Friday, March 1, 2019

Superpower Dogs Movie Debuts in Portland + Giveaway

Superpower Dogs Movie Debuts in Portland + Giveaway

The Superpower Dogs movie will make its Portland debut, featuring some of the world’s most extraordinary working dogs that save lives and provide emotional support. Whether using their super smell to save lives after a disaster or their super empathy to lift our spirits, all pets have superpowers. This movie is a must-see for pet lovers and owners who understand pets have the power to make our lives better.

General admission tickets will be available to the public starting Friday, March 15

*Ticket pricing for general admission: Adults - $8.50; Youth - $6.50; Senior - $7


Where: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)

1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214

Founded in Portland, OR and today the largest general veterinary practice in the U.S., Banfield Pet Hospital is a proud supporter of Superpower Dogs – and all superpower pets. Banfield veterinary professionals were onsite at all U.S. filming locations to help ensure the health of the movie’s four-legged stars. Banfield is eager to share Superpower Dogs with its hometown in hopes of inspiring local pet owners to celebrate the positive impact pets have on our lives. After all, behind every superpower pet is superpowered pet care.

GIVEAWAY

Would you like to win 4 tickets for your family to see the Superpower Dogs Movie In Portland OR at OMSI? If so, leave a comment below telling us about the dog in your life. The giveaway is open to US readers ages 18+ and ends on 3/15/19.  Void where prohibited by law. Sponsored by: Coyne PR. Good luck! 

18 comments:

  1. Looks like such a cute movie!!!!

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  2. Interesting. Animal movies are beginning to slower down a bit, well thanks to this. Love dogs! Awo.

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  3. This is definitely one I will take my son to! He LOVES watching dogs on TV and it's exciting to have this option.

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  4. sounds like a fun movie to watch. I love dogs and my nieces love dogs too, it sounds like a fun watch together

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  5. This looks like a movie my kids would love! It’s such a perfect way to have a family day.

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  6. Oh wow! Kids definitely enjoy and love this giveaway and the movie too.

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  7. I have not even heard of this move but my kids would probably love it. They love anything to watch that has to do with dogs.

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  8. Is this a kid friendly movie? Sounds so great!

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  9. I could be biased as a dog owner. I understand how loyal and dedicated a they can be. I will definitely put this flick on my must-see list!

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  10. Is it wrong that I'm even more excited that this movie is narrated by Chris Evans? I'm so glad to see a movie spotlighting the incredible things these working dogs do.

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  11. This looks like such a great film! My daughters will love learning about these awesome dogs.

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  12. We have the best dogs in the universe! One lab mix who chases all the balls and swims all the water! And one aussie mix who ensures her people are exactly where they need to be and will kiss, instead of nip!, our ankles to herd us. Mad props to all the brave, smart, loyal working dogs!

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  13. My kids would love this flick! They love our beagles a lot and any dog they play with.

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  14. Looks like a great movie and so much fun. I think kids will definitely enjoy this. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I have a dog who was retired last year from working in public after he lost his eye to glaucoma. He gave ten years of nearly flawless service to me, and joy and soothing to all he met. We respect working dogs and their handlers and would LOVE to see this movie!

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