Parents' Guide to

101 Dalmatian Street

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Chaotic puppy antics offer laughs in fast-paced series.

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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 7+


Really great! I just wish there were more episodes *sigh*

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age 5+


This show is the best! As a parent we all know the shows that are annoying! NOT THIS ONE!!!!!!! I CATCH MYSELF LAUGHING. My son watched every single episode. This is the first show he wants on when he wakes up and the last one he wants on before bed. We want moreeeeeeeee episodes please!!!!!!!

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Great messages
Great role models

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (5 ):

Not surprisingly, given the fact that its stars are a gaggle of puppies, the pace of this comical series is practically hyperactive. There's constant action on the screen -- puppies are racing, tumbling, and jumping everywhere. It's loud, it's chaotic, and more often than not, it's messy. Add the influence of the neighborhood animal gang, and these pups' adventures just never stop.

101 Dalmatian Street bears little resemblance to the classic film, but those who've seen it will pick up on occasional mentions of Cruella de Vil and other ties to the story's origins. Your kids won't learn a ton from the series, but there are laughs to be had as they get to know the plethora of different personalities among the puppies.

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