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Here at Crittr, we're celebrating a fantastic 2012 by reliving our favorite pet-related advertising moments of the year. Check in with us every day this week to see our picks for the top 5 animal commercials of 2012.
Bud Light's awesome Super Bowl commercial back in February gave new meaning to the phrase "party animal." But what we loved even more than a dog trained to fetch beer (which, trust us, we loved) is the fact that the canine actor is really a former shelter dog — he doesn't just play one on TV. How great is that?
The beer company also partnered with Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation, donating $1 for every new "Like" that Bud Light's Facebook page got after the Weego commercial aired. And that's what makes "Here Weego" our second favorite animal ad of 2012.
Tune in tomorrow to find out which pet-starring commercial topped our list this year!
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