Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Paw Patrol Concerns


If you are a parent of a young child or you are a lonely loser that watches kids' cartoons, you have probably watched a few episodes of Paw Patrol. My 2 year old son is addicted to it and it is basically the only show he will watch. I have  a few issues with this show. Maybe you have similar thoughts. If you have never seen the show, go watch an episode and then read my gripes.


  •  They have a lot of expensive vehicles and gadgets. Who is funding the Paw Patrol? Is it the taxpayers of Adventure Bay or a wealthy backer?

  • How is it that the pups can talk but not any other animal?

  •  How old is Rider and where are his parents?

  •  How come we never get to see the town of Foggy Bottom?

  •  How does Marshall store so much water in his water cannons? There is no room in his pack.

  •  How does Mayor Humdinger continue to get reelected?

  •  Zuma is very underutilized, what's up with that?

  •  How does PETA feel about the Paw Patrol?

  •  Do the Paw Patrol vehicles run on gas or are they electric?

8 comments:

Adam said...

All I know is that all the little kids love it.

DEZMOND said...

how do they call the inhabitants of Foggy Bottom? My publisher is actually doing these books here in my country, kids seem to like it here as well.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

One of the blessings of not having kids - I have never heard of this show. And thank God!

Birgit said...

I have no kids but I have heard of this show. I think it was created to deliberately mess with your head. Dogs rule!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

I'm with Alex - never heard of it. But I'm glad they don't show Foggy Bottom. Because who wants to see a foggy bottom? Eww.
Hope you're having a good weekend, PTM.

Francis Lee said...

No kids myself but I feel your concern!

mshatch said...

I no longer have a small child, which strikes me as a blessing having read your questions regarding this show.

Loni Townsend said...

There's no place to stream Paw Patrol for free, so my kids' exposure has been limited to the clips they catch at nickjr.com. My son loves it though, and we have a couple of Paw Patrol books. Even in the books, Zuma doesn't play much of a role.