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Contest: 12 Christmas Wishes for My Dog

posted by Nell Minow

Be careful what you wish for!  Having her dog taken away by an uptight landlord was heartbreaking for Laura (Elisa Donovan of “Clueless”). Willing to try anything to transform her life – and get her dog back – Laura follows her best friend’s suggestion and sets up a session with a quirky life coach named Noelle. The life coach gives Laura 12 wishes for a positive change in her life. Skepticism turns to joy however when Laura realizes she can wish for anything and the wish will come true! But before long Laura realizes that her wishes are sparking unforeseen circumstances and she must act quickly to get her life – and her dog – back before Christmas.  The cast includes Michael Gross (“Family Ties”), Gabrielle Carteris (“90210″), and Fred Willard (“Best in Show”), and it is Dove-approved and family-friendly.

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I have a copy to give away!  Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with “12” in the subject line and tell me your silliest Christmas wish.  Don’t forget your address!  (US addresses only.)  I’ll pick a winner at random on December 6.  Good luck!



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