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"Dog With a Blog" is a sitcom that is told from the pup's perspective. The show is about a newly blended family led by parents Bennett and Ellen, whose kids -- Tyler, Avery and Chloe -- are trying to adjust to life as stepsiblings. Tyler and Avery are typical teenagers and are slowly learning to communicate with each other. When they discover a secret about the family's recently adopted pet dog, Stan, they decide to keep it a secret -- even from their parents. What is Stan's secret? He talks and blogs. Complicating their attempt to keep the secret is younger sister Chloe, who thinks it's normal to have a talking pooch after she overhears him. But thankfully the parents just chalk it up to Chloe's overactive imagination. As for Stan, he has a knack for getting himself, Tyler and Avery into sticky situations, which helps teach the kids how important family is and how much they need to work together to keep Stan's secret safe.

Latest episodes

aired 354 days ago
Tyler is asked to join a professional freestyle BMX team; Tyler recruits Avery as a tutor to help him graduate early.
aired 357 days ago
Tyler lures Avery into his senior prank on her first day of high school; they both face expulsion in the aftermath.
aired 358 days ago
When Stan's blog is submitted as Bennett's newest book, the kids have to work together to help protect Stan and his secret.
aired 359 days ago
Stan feels pressured into Tyler and Avery's social circle when he uses a robot to join them at school.
aired 360 days ago
Stan's secret talent is revealed to the family's neighbor, Karl; he doesn't find out about the blog, the moon walking or the driving, though.
aired 361 days ago
A wealthy businessman wants to buy Stan from the family and use him for his animal rescue campaign; Tyler, Avery and Chloe hire actors to play their parents and turn down the offer.
aired 364 days ago
Avery's been chosen to create a float for the town parade and enlists her father's help; after watching a movie, Chloe's convinced that her family has been taken over by aliens and that the float is a spaceship.
aired 365 days ago
Avery doesn't understand why Wes is keeping his distance, but ultimately learns he is nervous to tell her that he is moving away.
aired 366 days ago
Stan is jealous of Avery's new boyfriend and accidentally breaks them up; he concocts a plan to reunite them.
aired 367 days ago
Tyler, Avery and Chloe recall how their behavior caused chaos on their parents' wedding day; they try to plan something special for the upcoming anniversary.
aired 368 days ago
Two opposing step-siblings find a reason to come together when they learn that the family's new dog can talk and even write.
aired 371 days ago
Avery is excited to attend the school dance with Wes and secretly seeks dance lessons from her neighbor, Karl but things do not turn out as planned.
aired 372 days ago
Bennett's tasked with getting Chloe to her dance recital while Avery and Ellen get away for quality mother/daughter time.
aired 373 days ago
Stan runs away from home and into the woods after the kids have a big fight.
aired 374 days ago
Tyler decides to try and get Nikki back as his girlfriend but Avery is hesitant to help him for fear of being caught between her friend and brother.
aired 375 days ago
Tyler friendship with Nikki begins to interfere with his relationship with his girlfriend Emily, causing issues.
aired 378 days ago
Avery agrees to tutor Wes in Spanish, even though she doesn't know the language.
aired 379 days ago
A silly misunderstanding between Avery and Wes becomes a bigger issue when he invites her best friend Lindsay to the movies.
aired 380 days ago
Ellen hires an animal instructor to train Stan; when he doesn't obey, Ellen makes Stan stay outside.
aired 381 days ago
After Tyler, Avery, and Chloe have to hang out with their annoying neighbor, Karl, they quickly come up with a plan to keep him away.
aired 382 days ago
Tyler works with Emily in the food truck and they hit it off.

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