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Superpower Dogs is now playing at the National Museum of the Marines Corps and has been extended to run through the rest of 2019. The documentary follows six real-life working dogs from around the world as well as their human partners as they brave earthquakes and avalanches, protect endangered species such as rhinos and elephants and transform the lives of people with special needs. Audiences will discover the amazing abilities of different breeds and the astonishing science behind their superpowers. These remarkable dogs save lives through rescue missions, emotional support, and sniffing out crime.
Superpower Dogs is a family-friendly film and has a run time of 45 minutes. It will run daily through December 31 in the Medal of Honor Theater at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Tickets are $6 per person. Please note the Museum will be closed on December 25. View showing times on the Theater website at https://www.marineheritage.org/medalofhonortheater.html. Schedule is subject to change without notice. Contact the Box Office for more information at 571.248.5605.
Meet the stars of Superpower Dogs:
- Halo, a rookie puppy training to join one of the most elite disaster response teams in America;
- Henry, an avalanche rescue expert saving lives in the mountains of British Columbia;
- Reef, a Newfoundland lifeguard in the Italian Coast Guard;
- Ricochet, a surf and therapy legend in California who heals people with special needs and veterans with PTSD;
- Tipper and Tony, Bloodhound brothers leading the fight to save endangered species in Africa.