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February 3, 2014

Watch This: 'Puppy Love' Budweiser Commercial Best Part of the Game

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It seems that the Budweiser's heartwarming Super Bowl ad "Puppy Love" is the fan favorite, according to many Internet polls. The 60-second commercial told the story of a puppy's dogged determination to hang out with his favorite Budweiser Clydesdale horse — and the horse returned the puppy's affection.

The commercial was shot with eight 10-week old puppies on horse ranches in Southern California a few weeks ago. This was quite a challenging production for all involved. Imaging being instructed not to pet the puppies so they could remain focused on what the trainers were trying to get them to do! 

The horses were professional and flawless, even being trained to jump over a fence. Plus, they had to be comfortable with boisterous puppies.

As many as 60 scenes were shot to capture this adorable commercial. Most of them were taken at Ventura Farms in Thousand Oaks, California.

What was your favorite commercial?

Brad on February 4 at 1:02 PM said:

So cute!!
bonnie on February 4 at 5:44 PM said:

love love love it ya know how to get us!!!!!!!!!!
sandy on March 5 at 7:09 AM said:

The Budweiser commercials are the BEST, Keep this man in then he is HOT HOT HOT! The dogs and horses tug at you r heart.

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