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Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” Super Bowl XLIX Ad Released in Full: Watch the Emotional Commercial

Budweiser's "Lost Dog" ad
Budweiser's full "Lost Dog" Super Bowl XLIX ad was released on Wednesday -- watch the adorable and emotional commercial here.

Homeward bound with the help of some pals! Anheuser-Busch released its full Budweiser “Lost Dog” Super Bowl ad on Wednesday, Jan. 28, and as expected, it is emotional, adorable, and a surefire touchdown for the beer company.

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The story begins with a curious little lab, who pops his head out from beneath a haystack while his owner is seen tending to horses in a barn. The pup meanders outside much to the chagrin of a Clydesdale, who whinnies in disagreement. The dog, meanwhile, jumps into the storage area of a car, which drives away while his unsuspecting owner (played by actor Don Jeanes) is left wondering where the pooch has gone.

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The situation appears to be grim as the frightened puppy is seen scrambling down the street and squeezing his way into random spots of shelter. In another heart-wrenching moment, the lost pet is seen sulking beneath a makeshift box which shields him from the pouring rain.

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In Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” Super Bowl XLIX ad, the adorable dog from last year’s “Puppy Love” commercial gets lost

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Meanwhile, his troubled owner staples and distributes “Lost” signs across town. Equally heartbroken is the puppy’s Clydesdale pal.

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Somehow, the bold and clever dog retraces his steps home in the moonlight, only to encounter a hungry and scary wolf. Luckily, some big bad friends come to his rescue.

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According to AdWeek, the “Lost Dog” ad was shot last month at a ranch near Santa Barbara, Calif. Eight puppies — seven girls and one male, all of whom were about 12 weeks old at the time — were rotated in the spot. Meanwhile, seven Clydesdales were trained for three months in preparation for the ad itself.

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Find out what happens in the heartwarming commercial above!

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