Win How to Train Your Dragon 2 Blu-ray/DVD (Ends 11/24)

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And you thought house training your puppy was rough…

Yeah, I can only imagine training your own dragon. Just think about how many ginormous bags of Dragon Chow you’d need to buy! And do they use Dragon Litter to, uh, do their business? Definitely something I’m not itching to find out.

I love the first How to Train Your Dragon movie and absolutely cannot wait for the sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2, to come out on Blu-ray and DVD (November 11!) so my whole family can check it out! I even posted some Free Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets to keep you busy in the meantime!

Now, there’s a review copy of HTTYD2 coming my way real soon, but for now, you can enter my latest giveaway for a shot at winning a copy for yourself!

Win How to Train Your Dragon 2
(Blu-ray/DVD combo)

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Have you entered my other giveaways yet?

Giveaway ends on November 24, 2014 11:59 p.m. The 1 winner will be chosen at random and announced on this site. Giveaway is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including District of Columbia) and Canada, who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry. The 1 Winner will be notified by email and has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. 

120 thoughts on “Win How to Train Your Dragon 2 Blu-ray/DVD (Ends 11/24)”

  1. The toughest part would be the breathing fire. I am not sure how I could train him standing far enough not to get in the path of the fire.

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  2. I think the worse part would be trying not to get scorched by the dragon while training it. To teach it to breathe fire only when necessary.

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  3. I think finding enough treats to keep the dragon interested in learning new commands would be a bit of a challenge! A well feed dragon is a happy dragon!

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  4. I think the most difficult would be staying calm through training. Also, having read the books, I think keeping stocked with enough fish to keep the dragon motivated would be tough.

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  5. This was a great movie. This kids were glued. I love the Viking backdrop. Incidentally, our Danish neighbor said that not all Norse were Vikings, but all Vikings are Norse. As in going Viking was like going “pirate”. It was temporary during hard times, then you could go back to being a part of society. Not that Hiccup had that problem, but still. His dad had his moments.

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  6. The toughest part would be building trust, that is an important part of any friendship which is really what the dragonriders of Berk have with their dragons. They train each other through trust and respect.

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  7. tell me: What do you think would be the toughest part about training a dragon?

    staying alive..sorta like the bee gees song

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  8. I think the hardest part would be trying to convince them that I’m the boss since they are so much bigger and breathe fire! How do you combat that? 🙂

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