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PAW PATROL: SUMMER RESCUES Available on @NickelodeonDVD May 1, 2018

My nephew loves Paw Patrol and I know he'll be thrilled to see the PAW Patrol pups are ready for warm-weather fun in the new DVD collection PAW Patrol: Summer Rescues, available May 1. 
Whether they're tracking down missing fireworks or embarking on a wacky windsurfing rescue, the pups are always ready to save the day under the summer sun. Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, PAW Patrol: Summer Rescues will be available on DVD May 1 for the suggested retail price of $10.99.

PAW Patrol: Summer Rescues contains the following episodes:

  • Pups Save the Fireworks - Ryder and Marshall track down the missing Adventure Bay Day fireworks, while Chase and Skye round up the piglets that were delivered by mistake.
  • Pups Save the Carnival - Cornelius the pig is causing chaos at the carnival and all of the prizes have vanished too. It's up to the PAW Patrol to rescue the missing piggy and prizes.
  • Pups Save a Ferris Wheel - The PAW Patrol have a "wheel" problem on their hands when Mayor Humdinger tries to steal Adventure Bay's new Ferris Wheel.
  • Pups Save a Camping Trip - A cool camping trip turns into a risky rescue when the pups work together to save Chickaletta from a ravine.
  • Pups Save Dude Ranch Danny - Chase and Skye search for Daring Danny X after he takes his horse on a wild off-trail ride through the desert.
  • Pups Save the Chili Cook-Off - Rocky and Rubble must work together to fix Mr. Porter's stove after it explodes at the big Chili Cook-Off.
  • Pups Save a Sleepover - When Farmer Al's animals go missing during a sleepover, it's up to the PAW Patrol to rescue them before a big storm arrives.
  • Pups Save a Windsurfing Pig - When Farmer Al's pig Cornelius goes windsurfing, the PAW Patrol must set sail to bring him back to shore.

PAW Patrol: Summer Rescues fast facts:
Street Date: May 1, 2018
Catalog: 59194942000 (US)
Running Time: 97 Minutes
Audio: English 5.1 and Spanish Stereo Dolby Digital
S.R.P.: $10.99
Does your little one watch Paw Patrol?  Who's their favorite pup?

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