When I first saw this movie, I was expecting a childish movie aimed for kids 7 or 8 and under, so as a preteen I quickly worried it would be childish or boring to kids as old as me. It blew my expectations, but still was quite kiddy at parts. First, the role-models - there is teamwork between the set of 5 puppies, a Russian pitbull terrier and a ferret back on Earth. However, the dogs break their owner's rules by sneaking onto the space-shuttle, which might upset the type of parents who are against breaking rules. There is also stereotyping - B-Dawg is a gangster/rapper stereotype, Buddha is an asian-esque stereotype, and Mudbud is the stereotype of mutts even though he's purebred - always dirty and carefree. There is also a very insane guy that owns the pitbull terrier, and they both speak with heavy and stereotypical Russian accents. Now onto the violence - there are three different fires in the movie, and one turns into an explosion almost killing the insane guy. The villain also is very ageist, thinking all kids are stupid and unknowing, but he gets arrested within 5 minutes of screentime. Overall, it is a great movie having stuff for everyone from tiny toddlers/little kids (comedy, talking dogs, space) to older kids/teens (space, dogs, bravery) to even the mature adults who are anything but children at heart! (science, a good villain, bravery, heroic acts, near tragedy) Overall, 3/5 for violence and stereotypes as a bad thing but catering to everyone as a good thing.