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puppy has gotten himself in a lot of trouble.
But you know it ends well.
This one is the same kind of heart-tugging cuteness, lovey-dovey story about the loyalty among the puppy, the horses and the good looking guy who takes care of them all.
Watch the ad at the bottom of this post.
I love this new ad.
In this one, the curious puppy, looking for adventure, gets more than he bargained for. A bit scary for very little kids, but it's OK, it all works out in the end, as you would predict.
Much better than GoDaddy's horrible attempt at a doggie commercial.
Like the brand new 2015 Budweiser puppy/Clydesdale ad, the dog accidentally finds itself far from home, but finds his way back. Unlike the new Budweiser/puppy/Clydesdale ad, it ends cruelly, not in a warm, satisfying way.
The public outcry led GoDaddy to pull the ad.
The GoDaddy ad was even worse than their usual women-objectifying trash, which public pressure finally ended.
The ad agency for Budweiser must be loving this GoDaddy mess, since it brings even more positive attention to the Budweiser Superbowl ad
Anyway, I'm not a real fan of Budweiser beer, as I live in the Land Of Many Awesome Microbrews, better known as Vermont.
I also shouldn't like these Budweiser Superbowl commercials, they're so cliched, really. But my heart melts each time. I'm too much of an animal lover, I guess.
I really think you and a zillion other people will like this new Budweiser ad, too. Watch and judge for yourself: