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The pups travel to Japan to get help from the local snow monkeys and bring back snow to save Bob's ski trip.
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After Bob has trouble learning to yodel, the Pugs decide to go on a mission to the Swiss Alps to get yodeling tips.
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After Bob builds a doghouse for Keia, the pugs encourage her to host a puppy housewarming party.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 20 votes.
When Chloe wishes she could have a unicorn, Bingo, Rolly and Keia set out to find one.
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Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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