Beagle sitting on couch watching a movie with a blanket and bowl of popcorn

We all love a good cinematic adventure, especially ones filled with furr-ocious friends! We created a list of the best cat and dog movies for everyone to enjoy with their pets. Even when you don’t have time to sit down and watch an entire film, play a movie for your dog at home when you leave the house—they’ll appreciate it more than you think!

Before we em-bark on our movie list, we can’t forget the snacks! While you chow down on popcorn, let your cuddle companion relish over our dog treats and snacks (or cat treats and snacks, respectively.)

Popular Dog Movies

Air Bud

An iconic childhood film, Air Bud tells the story of a fun-loving kid who meets a pooch that’s impressively talented at basketball.

Lady & The Tramp

Between the cute love story and the fan favorite spaghetti scene, every dog lover should watch Lady & The Tramp. (Note: While cartoon dogs slurping pasta is adorable, we don’t recommend feeding human food to your pet.)


A movie star dog named Bolt believes his superpowers are real and gets a dose of reality when he accidentally leaves Hollywood and lands in New York City.

101 Dalmatians

Cruella de Vil, Cruella de Vil … dalmatian parents Pongo and Perdita save their litter of 15 puppies—and 84 others—from the cusp of cruelty as Cruella wishes to make fur coats. (Spoiler: No dogs were harmed in the making of this animated treasure.) 

Old Yeller

Cue the tears and tissue box! Old Yeller, the best doggone dog in the West, is a stray who becomes beloved by a family on a Texas farm.


If it weren’t for those meddling kids, we’d never know Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Machine! Scooby-Doo helps his human friends solve mysteries and other shenanigans in this live-action film. While Scooby Snacks might sound appetizing to your best bud, our freeze dried dog treats are a healthier option!

Popular Cat Movies

The Lion King

Hakuna Matata, it means no worries! The Lion King is a cinematic adventure filled with royal cats and classic tunes for the whole family to enjoy. But wait, this movie is about lions, not household cats! Well, if you follow our ALPHA Prey-Model Diet, you know that cats love to take after their ancestors when it comes to nutrition (and they might just enjoy The Lion King film too).

The Aristocats

When a greedy butler tries to get rid of his boss’ cat and kittens for fortune, an alley cat meets a lost feline family and helps them get home.

Puss in Boots

Before this iconic cat met Shrek, Puss and his ragtag group of friends are on the hunt to steal a goose that lays golden eggs.

The Cat in the Hat

When the sun does not shine or it’s too wet to play, and all you can do is sit in the house on a cold wet day, play The Cat in the Hat. This movie follows a cat who brightens two young children’s dreary day and causes ruckus in their home from having too much fun. This is a live-action movie based on the classic Dr. Seuss book!


Based on the popular comic strip, lasagna-loving cat Garfield is on a mission to kick his owner’s dog named Odie out of the house. But remember, lasagna is a lasag-NO for your furry friend.

Tom & Jerry

The legendary cat-and-mouse rivalry takes place in New York where Jerry is hiding in a fancy hotel and Tom is hired by the hotel staff to catch him.

Popular Dog and Cat Movies

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

A bulldog named Chance, a golden retriever named Shadow, and a Himalayan cat named Sassy embark on an adventure to find their way back home and return to their human family.

The Secret Life of Pets

A content terrier named Max feels bamboozled when his owner brings home Duke, a dog that unintentionally causes mischief and mayhem.

The Adventures of Milo and Otis

A young cat named Milo is known for his adventurous spirit and Otis, his pug friend, follows his journey to make sure he returns home safely.

Oliver and Company

An orphan kitten named Oliver joins a group of delinquent dogs who teach him the ways of living on the streets. Once Oliver gets adopted, his new family can learn the best training tips for kittens!

Cats & Dogs

We couldn’t end our list without including this purr-fect movie—a delightful mix of high-tech shenanigans and the eternal struggle between cats and dogs.