At the point when a radio tumbles from the sky under the control of a wide-peered toward Tibetan Mastiff, he leaves home to satisfy his fantasy of turning into an artist, setting into movement a progression of totally unforeseen occasions.
|violence||A dog (as well as some wolves) are shot with a tranquilliser. A dog is hit by a giant grizzly bear in a cage fight. A cat is comically hit with a baseball bat.|
|profanity||Several uses of the British term "bloody", as used by a British character in the film. Some name calling such as "idiot", "moron", "weirdo" etc. There is a comical scene which happens outside a character's house, where Bodi (an ambitious rock star dog) is trying to get Angus Scattergood (a British rock star cat) to become his music teacher. Bodi asks the famous rock star if he is actually Angus Scattergood, and he responds sarcastically with "No, I'm his f**king gardener". However, the word "f**king" is completely censored by a loud car going past them, while honking the horn. The word is also completely muted from the dialogue, so it is only implied that Scattergood says this. Played for laughs.|
|frightening||A pack of gangster wolves arrive on a mountain and threaten Bodi's father (the guard of the mountain). Some wolves capture and tie up sheep, with the intent on eating them (they fail at their plans). The cage fight scene is brief yet somewhat intense. MPAA/USA - Rated PG for action and language. BBFC/UK - Rated PG (mild violence, threat, mild bad language).|