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Budweiser's 'Puppy Love' commercial goes viral

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ST. LOUIS , MISSOURI (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Budweiser's latest Super Bowl commercial is already going viral.

Budweiser on Wednesday released "Puppy Love," which highlights a bond between a Clydesdale horse and a very adorable puppy.

The commercial continues the story of 2013's celebrated "Brotherhood" spot and focuses on the connections animals share with one another.

Budweiser says that the ad features Don Jeanes who continues his role as Budweiser Clydesdale trainer and introduces a new, young star – a 10-week old puppy that forges a bond with the Clydesdales and, through tenacity, ultimately earns a place on the team.

The Super Bowl is the biggest moment in sports and advertising," said Paul Chibe, vice president, U.S. marketing. "With the largest television audience of the year, it's an unprecedented opportunity and we make the most of it. We have a game plan in place this year to deliver creative that celebrates Bud Light and Budweiser while reaching loyal beer drinkers and new generations."

Budweiser will also have a 60-second spot in the Super Bowl that pays tribute to returning military troops called "Hero's Welcome."

To watch "Puppy Love" on a mobile device click this link -> http://youtu.be/uQB7QRyF4p4  

The ad is part of Budweiser's #BestBuds campaign.

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