Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD

Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD review and giveaway

We’ve just introduced Monkey to the new Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD, ahead of its national release on 30th May and it went down rather well.

Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD

Anything mentioning Dinosaurs gets Monkey’s interest.  We meet Kate, Humphrey and their Pups who are looking for a new home.  Kate thinks she’s found the perfect den but it may not be quite what it seems.

As the pups, Runt, Stinky and Claudette explore, they come face to face with Amy the Raptor who has travelled forward in time 65 million years!  She’s running away from a T-Rex who was chasing her in her own time when a meteor landed in front of them, bringing an end to the age of the dinosaurs.  Monkey didn’t bat an eyelid at the time travelling idea!

There’s all sorts of action as the pups try to save their friend from the T-Rex, and there’s an underlying story of protecting the natural world.  Monkey seemed to enjoy the film.

With a run time of 47 minutes, the Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD  will keep younger children entertained and is priced at £5.99.  I’ve included my Amazon affiliate link below so you can pre-order.

disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned in exchange for an honest review

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Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD

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90 thoughts on “Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs DVD review and giveaway

  1. I’d love to see a Sabre Toothed Tiger! As i’d love to see their impressive fangs and them working as a pack!

  2. a woolly mammoth, we love manny from iceage and would love to see if hes as cute and fluffy in real life 🙂

  3. A T- Rex would be top of my list – just to see if it was as scary as all the films have made out!

  4. I would love to see a woolly mammoth – like a supersized furry elephant! It would be amazing to see a herd moving together, with babies in tow!

  5. Tasmanian Tiger.. although in all honesty it looks more like a dog. I would love to see this animal for real, Its such a shame that animals become extinct.

  6. I’d like to see a DODO because it’s synonymous with extinct animals and seeing it back would mean it would lose that unfortunate tag and suggest we were on the way to making things right again? 😉

  7. A dinasaur tyrannosaurus Rex
    I’ve seen a replica in a museum and was overwhelm the size
    I’d be fascinated to see a moving walking one
    I’d probably run a mile in the opposite direction or cower behind a rock though!!

  8. A dinosaur so I could discover more about them. It would have to be herbivorous of course. Most probably a Triceratops.

  9. my daughter loves dinosaurs, she would love to see the Argentinosaurus because its one of the biggest

  10. I’d say a sabre tooth tiger because they would be so majestic. I wouldn’t get too close though.

  11. Would like to see any of the dinosaurs, learnt alot about them at school, but would be interesting to see if everything we got told is actually true

  12. I’d love to see a Diplodocus, just to see if their faces are as cute as they always seem to be in pictures!

  13. A dodo, because I’d like to see if they are as stupid as they are made out to be

  14. A Sabre Tooth Tiger, would be amazing to see how large they were compared to tigers today.

  15. I’d love to see a woolly mammoth and see what they were like and learn interesting things about them

  16. I would love to see a Dodo. Apart from the memorable name, they were tubby and comical looking little creatures.

  17. A dinosaur just to see how enormous they really were (although I’d probably run away screaming!)


  19. The Bruhathkayosaurus – the largest Dinosaur. Would be incredible to see it roaming about.

  20. I’d love to see a dinosaur, no real preference to which although preferably one that doesn’t want to eat me. Purely because my son is obsessed with dinosaurs and it would make him so happy

  21. A Wooly Mammoth because they have always fascinated me, and I’d love to get up close and personal!

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