I'd bet you can easily pick one of these striking pups out — I especially love their black and white spots! Are they the only pups with this such marking? Answer that question and more when taking this quiz.Take the Quiz
It’s time to get clever! A picture is worth a thousand words, but those messages vary from person to person. This looks like a very friendly meeting . . . or does it? Offer your sayings or quotes for this photo in your comments below, and I’ll do a roundup next week of some of my faves.
Since my favorite commercial during last year's Super Bowl was Hank and his helper – I'm tearing up just remembering the sweetness – I was expecting big things from Budweiser again this year. Of the three spots featuring the famed horses, there was the Clydesdale immigrant from Scotland, the starcrossed
Great job captioning this silly photo! You made it quotable with these clever ideas:
What are you looking at? I'm on break! — Ellenora
If one more person comes to me for advice, I think I'm going to need therapy myself! — Schaianne
Hey, dogs can look at life through rose colored glasses, too! — capeartist
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Dogs and horses, I'm sold! Of all the Super Bowl hits and misses, I've gotta say that the Budweiser commercial of a horse with a dream topped my list. Off the bat, I love checking out these horses and their doggie pals — did you know that the Dalmatian was introduced to the traditional Budweiser Clydesdale procession on Mar. 30, 1950 to celebrate the opening of the Newark brewery?! These companions to the hitch had a vital role during the early days of brewing, they were trained to protect the horses and guard the wagons while the drivers went in to make their deliveries. Nowadays, they typically ride shotgun, perched atop the wagon next to the driver anytime the Budweiser Clydesdales make a public appearance — each hitch, hamlet, and theme park usually has two Dalmatians each!
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