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dog in iams commercial

Posted by vall622 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 8, 07 at 8:20

Hi..can anyone tell me what kind of dog is in the new iams commercial..

thanks

val


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RE: dog in iams commercial

If you're talking about that white shaggy dog, I was wondering the same thing myself. It looks like a LabraTese or a labratese doodle.


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RE: dog in iams commercial

Do you mean the commercial where they mention the dog had been the runt of the litter? If it's a purebred, it could be a Havanese, Polish Lowland Sheepdog or Tibetian Terrier. Or it could be a mix.

Jan


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RE: dog in iams commercial

It is none of those, that I can tell you. It is definitely a mix, probably one of the doodles.


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RE: dog in iams commercial

Finally heard back on the dog in the commercial. His name is Snowball and he's a mixed breed. His trainer said he doesn't know what breeds he goes back into as his mom and dad were mixed breeds also.

Jan


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RE: dog in iams commercial

his name really is snowball in real life?

The good news here is if you want a cute one of a kind dog like that you might be able to find one at your local animal shelter.


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RE: dog in iams commercial

Yes, that is what Karla told me, that his name in real life is Snowball. And you are right about being able to find cute, one kind of dogs at shelters. Lots of the animals used in TV and other commercials are from shelters.

Jan


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