Madison is a typical spoiled city teenager. She loves to text and hang out with her friends. When her mum is called back into military service, Madison is forced to stay with her Grandpa Billy on his ranch. What's a poor City girl to do? At first, Madison feels lonely and hopeless in the country, but help turns up in the form of a new friend named Scout, an adorable cattle dog who decided she doesn't like herding cattle. Grandpa Billy pegs Scout as a useless "broken tool" - but Madison sees something totally different in her. Bonding through their mutual sense of displacement, the two outcasts form a special friendship. With the help of a cute teenage boy that trains dogs, Madison uncovers Scout's uncanny skill at agility competition, and the trio spend their summer training for the Annual Youth Trainer Challenge to win the blue ribbon. A heart-warming story about the meaning of family, the courage of outcasts and the promise of new beginnings.