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Turbo Dogs wins Parents Choice Award


Turbo Dogs wins Parents Choice Award

Scholastic Media, CCI, and Hu Hu Studios have something special on the air, according to the Parents Choice committee. The trio produce Turbo Dogs, the animated series about car-racing canines from the town of Racerville, who practice teamwork and good sportsmanship. It’s also got dogs driving cars, and there isn’t too much more awesome than that! The toon, which airs on qubo in the US and CBC in Canada, continues to …gain speed (I said it!) amongst fans everywhere, and the 2009 Parents Choice Award certainly goes a long way to help out!


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