This year’s Super Bowl ended by the Patriots defeating the Rams, but people still won’t stop talking about the event, especially because of the so much anticipated commercials of the most famous companies and brands such as Budweiser.
This company never fails to amaze us with their creative ads featuring the glorious Clydesdale horses and some extra cute puppies.
This one, however, is among the best and it depicts the life of a dog who only wants a juicy steak from the butcher’s.
The stray dog is standing in front of the shop, dreaming of the meat he would probably never have. The butcher doesn’t want him there so he gets out of the store and starts chasing the poor dog with a broom. As he runs away, he spots something really spectacular. A parade with horses leading the way, carrying a carriage where a Dalmatian sits. People are cheering and applauding as the dog with the spots passes by the crowd.
Then all of a sudden something miraculous happens. The stray gets all covered in muddy spots.
He quickly realizes how he resembles a Dalmatian and it might be his opportunity to shine.
This is definitely a must see. You are going to love it.
The New Zealand boy needed an MRI scan to diagnose his seizures, so he had to spend time at the hospital. As dogs usually aren’t allowed in, it appeared like James would have to brave the harrowing experience alone…v
Luckily, James was allowed to bring his dog, who lay beside him in his bed.loyal-dog-1
As always, Mahe remained devoted while he kept James safe, nuzzling the boy’s face as he was being put under.
“He was just looking at James, and looking really worried,” James’s mom, Michelle James, told Stuff.co.nz.
And while Mahe proved to be an invaluable help at the hospital, Michelle James says that the dog has been equally important throughout joining the family two and a half years ago.
Mahe keeps James from wandering into harm’s way and keeps him calm in public, too, even though he used to be anxious. But Mahe couldn’t have done it without the help of the Assistance Dogs New Zealand Trust, who trained the dog to take care of James.
“There is such a magic that happens between a child with autism and the dogs, they just calm the kids down,” Wendy Isaacs, who works for the trust, told Stuff.co.nz. “The kids will maintain eye contact with the dog, but often not with their own parents and siblings.”
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