Rex, Hollywood's top K-9 star, gets lost and is reluctantly adopted by a young boy. His father, fire chief of a rundown station agrees to the adoption only if his defiant son takes care of the K-9. Little do they realize Rexx will not only bring them closer but also bring some much-needed faith back to the fire station.
**Dog Treats (5)
**Loft Fire: Storyboard to Screen
**True Hollywoof Story
**FMC Special Casting Rexx
**Rex's Poster Gallery
Cast & Crew
Like a loyal pet, Firehouse Dog ends up being a fun family experience all ages will enjoy.
Intertwining more storylines than a dog walker's clutch of leashes, Firehouse Dog nevertheless gets them all neatly resolved, pets in the right hands and wrongdoers in the can.
It has one of the best -- if not always the most heartwarming -- dog-and-his-boy relationships since Lassie.
In a film that's effectively the canine version of Doc Hollywood, the title character learns to sift false from true values. It's barking up the right tree.
Firehouse Dog is a wholesome throwback to a time before computer animators made animals talk and penguins hogged the glory.
An entertaining family comedy full of both tricks and trickery.
In Firehouse Dog a pampered Hollywood pooch trades his movie-star lifestyle for a run-down firehouse sadly in need of a mascot.