The girls and their puppy pals are on the adventure of a lifetime, to a beautiful exotic island, where they have decided to get as much sightseeing in as possible before Chelsea (voiced by Alyssya Swales; Barbie in Princess Power and Barbie & Her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure) gets to compete in her big dance competition.
When Barbie (voiced by Erica Lindbeck; Barbie: Dreamtopia and World of Warcraft: Legion) surprises her younger sisters with a day trip to see a nearby Dancing Horse Festival, the puppies get carried away with their own adventure. They become accidental stowaways in the back of a car when they were hanging out with their new horse friends: Beauty, (voiced by Allie Campbell; Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult and Breaking Point), her teenage sister Spirit, (voiced by Maryke Hendrikse; Sausage Party and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) and their mother Silver, (voiced by Kathleen Barr in her debut role), and a flamboyant poodle named Archibald the 3rd, (Voiced by Mark Oliver in his debut role).
Soon the girls find themselves in a race against time to make their way across to the other side of the island to reunite with their puppies and make it back to the stage on time, so Chelsea has a chance to strut her stuff, but with so many obstacles in their way, will they ever make it on time?
Barbie, her sister Kelly and their horse Tawny awaiting the premiere of Barbie's latest movie!
The girls and their puppy pals learn a lot about how to compromise, as well as the importance of patience, teamwork, determination, the power of imagination, the importance of being away from technology, (at least every once in a while), and most importantly, if you are going out with your dog off leash, you must keep an eye on them so they don't wonder off!
As with the first instalment in this new Barbie film series, all the animals can talk, but the humans do not understand them, which is a very refreshing change, compared to talking animals in most other Barbie movies.
Barbie and her Sisters in a Puppy Chase is rated G and is suitable for the entire family to enjoy.