Dug Days on Disney+

How to Watch Dug Days on Disney+

The lovable golden retriever Dug from Up leaps into the TV screen in Dug Days. Watch Dug navigate a wild and exciting new world (aka suburbia) in a humorous adventure. If you’re wondering how to watch Dug Days. on Disney+, here are some methods to do so.

Where to Watch Dug Days

Good news! There are a few ways you and your family can not only enjoy Dug Days but everything Disney+ has to offer. Disney+ lets you enjoy exclusive original shows, nostalgic favorites, and blockbuster superheroes. Bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN for the ultimate viewing experience. You can enjoy even more savings with an annual subscription.

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How Many Episodes Are in Dug Days?

Dug Days on Disney+

There are five episodes in Dug Days. Each episode lasts 10 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of Dug Days episodes and their scheduled date release here below.

  1. “Squirrel!”: September 1, 2021
  2. “Puppies”: September 1, 2021
  3. “Smell”: September 1, 2021
  4. “Flowers”: September 1, 2021
  5. “Science”: September 1, 2021

What Are the Critics Saying About Dug Days?

Dug Days has received a 100% from critics and 89% from audience viewers. Many viewers find it a great sequel to the original movie. Others, however, wish the series of shorts had been turned into a feature-length film instead. Overall, viewers love the adorable humor and look into Dug and Carl’s life together.

“The animation is superb, warm, colorful and the characters simply fly off the screen with life and energy.“ – Anne Brody, What She Said

“It is so great to be back in this world with Dug and Carl, as they go on mini-adventures. Ed Asner’s final performance is heartwarming and perfect.“ – Tessa Smith, Mama’s Geeky

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Is Dug Days Suitable for Kids?

Dug Days is rated TV-G which is suitable for audiences of all ages. However, the show does contain mild depictions of violence and gore that may be unsuitable for younger viewers.


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