Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Daniel and the Superdogs is a movie about a tween boy learning to overcome his sadness from the untimely death of his mother. The boy's grief and gradual healing are the backdrop to the story. There's one disturbing scene where a collie is found dead and covered in blood.
Chaste tween flirtation.
A collie goes missing from a shelter. It is returned to the shelter dead, and the dog's body is shown covered in blood. In a flashback sequence, a mother plays Frisbee with her family in a park, then collapses and falls to her death -- a child's grief over this death is the backdrop of the story. Hunters shoot guns in the woods where a lost dog is running.
"Sucks." Kids call each other "bozo."
The film highlights the incredible empathy dogs have and how they can help people going through difficult circumstances.
When a father drops a bag of groceries, a Smartfood bag and various frozen Stouffer's products are prominently displayed.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adult characters drink wine, but do not act intoxicated.