An early TV series by Hayao Miyazaki, Sherlock Hound can be easily summed up as:
Sherlock Holmes as furries, aimed at kids
But given Miyazaki's involvement (he directed the first 6 episodes of its 26-episode run), it's more than that. The staff adapts various Sherlock stories into rousing adventure tales. And joyously, Mrs. Hudson is turned into an action-y heroine in her own right, in this version only in her 20's and a crack shot. (Reportedly, Miyazaki wanted to make Mrs. Hudson into the practical brains behind the Baker Street duo; instead, she's "just" the Fujiko Mine to Holmes' Lupin III).
Rated G, though there's some mild fantasy violence in the typical kiddie mold. We'll screen this dubbed into English for the benefit of our young viewers who can't read that fast.