I don´t know about you, but my nieces just don´t stop talking about the adventures and misadventures of PAW PATROL. Hence it is interesting to get more information and talk about these cartoons. I am sure there is still someone as lost as me …

Let’s put it in context: Paw Patrol was created by Keith Chapman and produced by the Canadian entertainment company, Guru Studio. The series premiered on Nickelodeon-United States in 2013, a few days earlier than in Canada. It is currently broadcasting the fifth season.

Except for special programs, Paw Patrol consists of 26 episodes per season, with a duration of approximately 11 minutes. This is the ideal time for children to get interested in the content from the first minute. However, I know some parents who cannot separate their children from the TV screen.

It is important to highlight the objectives and collaborative behavior of the main characters of this TV series. Thanks to them, the youngest ones quickly assimilate and establish the implicit values ​​in each of the situations developed.

­­Although the series is called Paw Patrol, the leader of the group is Ryder. He is a 10-year-old boy who directs the actions to solve the different challenges that arise among the citizens of Adventure Bay.

His mates are dogs reproducing different types of human behavior as in the fables of Aesop and Iriarte. You can already learn their names, because I can assure you that the little ones in the house know them by heart: Marshall, Rocky, Zuma, Skye, Chase, Rubble, Everest.

Each of the dogs belongs to a different race (German shepherd, bulldog, cocker spaniel with poodle, Dalmatian, etc). They have different colored shirts that facilitate their identification. In any case, it is easier to know them by their abilities, since they are all focused on enhancing collaborative actions and solidarity with everyone else.

If your children already know Pocoyo or Peppa Pig, they may become familiar with more complex plots, but just as fun as those.

Welcome to the world of Paw Patrol!

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