Owner Buys $6M Super Bowl Ad To Thank Vet Because He Helped Dog

Scout the Golden Retriever, who has a place with WeatherTech’s CEO David MacNeil, is no new kid on the block to being in the spotlight. A year ago, he featured in WeatherTech’s business, flaunting their new line of non-harmful pet dishes. He appeared to be glad and solid, however tragically this past July, Scout out of nowhere fallen one day.

He was raced to the vet, where they found a tumor at the base of his heart that was choking his blood flow.Vets allowed him a month to live with a one percent possibility of endurance, however MacNeil would not abandon his dearest hide child. Scout was then moved to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, where they wound up sparing his life.

Scout the Golden Retriever, who has a place with WeatherTech’s CEO David MacNeil, is no new kid on the block to being in the spotlight. A year ago, he featured in WeatherTech’s business, flaunting their new line of non-harmful pet dishes.

He appeared to be glad and solid, however tragically this past July, Scout out of nowhere fallen one day. He was raced to the vet, where they found a tumor at the base of his heart that was choking his blood flow.Vets allowed him a month to live with a one percent possibility of endurance, however MacNeil would not abandon his dearest hide child. Scout was then moved to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, where they wound up sparing his life.Scout experienced radiation treatment, in addition to chemotherapy and immunotherapy, which helped shrivel the tumor and kept it from becoming back.

This year, Scout is the star of one more WeatherTech business, aside from this one, called “Serendipitous son of a gun,” is MacNeil’s method for saying thank you to the vets at UWSVM who spared his pooch’s life.Scout experienced radiation treatment, in addition to chemotherapy and immunotherapy, which helped shrivel the tumor and kept it from becoming back.

This year, Scout is the star of one more WeatherTech business, aside from this one, called “Serendipitous son of a gun,” is MacNeil’s method for saying thank you to the vets at UWSVM who spared his pooch’s life.

The commercial, ‘narrated’ by Scout, tells the dog’s journey from stardom to patient, and shows him on the UW machine where he received radiation therapy. It also shows him running happily on a beach in Florida, looking healthier than ever before. The commercial will air during the Super Bowl, a 30-second spot that cost MacNeil $5.5 million, but the vets saving Scout’s life was priceless.MacNeil encourages people to donate to the medical school, and that 100 percent of donations on his website will go directly to the school.

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