Published On: Thu, Jan 30th, 2014

Budweiser already wins big with cute ‘Puppy Love’ Super Bowl ad

The popular Clydesdale ads for Budweiser get a new addition for this year’s Super Bowl ad – a puppy.

Set at the Warm Springs Ranch, where Anheuser-Busch raises Clydesdales, the new commercial, titled “Puppy Love,” centers on a young golden retriever pup that develops a deep bond with one of the horses.

At its emotional crescendo, the Clydesdale deals with impending separation in the sweetest way possible.

“The whole story is about connection,” Jake Scott, the ad’s director, told NBC’s “Today.” “There’s connection of heart, connection of spirit, connection of soul.”

Last year the Budweiser Clydesdale scored big – read more HERE

Though it hasn’t yet made its Super Bowl debut, the spot is already making waves on Twitter:

Did a Budweiser commercial seriously almost make me cry!?! Oh man. I really am a big, softy. #bestbuds — Steve Keaton (@Steve_Keaton) January 29, 2014

Office was just a chorus of “awwwww!” watching Budweiser’s puppy ad. So sweet. http://t.co/Pyjrx1nUmB #bestbuds — Alison Zarrella (@alison) January 29, 2014

The @Budweiser Super Bowl ads are always great, but this one is just perfect. #bestbuds http://t.co/KvnLmqi5ak — Ali Strominger (@ali_strominger) January 29, 2014

Watch Budweiser’s new 2014 Super Bowl Ad below.

Budweiser Super Bowl Puppy Love ad golden retriever Clydesdale



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