DVDs aren't exactly selling like they used to, which means many of them, particularly the crappy titles that nobody's ever heard of end up in gas stations. Especially straight-to-DVD kids movies starring dogs. I'm not even talking about "classic" dog movies like Milo and Otis or EVEN Air Bud. These are the movies that are usually found buried at the bottom underneath a bunch of Steven Seagal flicks. The only thing more ridiculous than the covers are the pun-heavy taglines.