Super Bowl Commercials 2012: Which Animal Is Best to Use in Ads on Super Sunday?

Dan Renfro@danrenfroCorrespondent IIIFebruary 5, 2012

Photo Courtesy: http://www.serendipityrancher.com/Clydesdale.jpg
Photo Courtesy: http://www.serendipityrancher.com/Clydesdale.jpg

When it comes to Super Bowl commercials, animals steal the show.

The biggest problem is what animal to choose.

Some animals appeal to one crowd. Other animals appeal to different crowds. Regardless, you need to pick the right animal.

For the best commercials, the two best animals to choose are clear.

The second-best animal is a dog, or puppy.

Who doesn't love a cute puppy? When a dog or puppy sells something, it's even better.

Puppies are cute. Dogs are man's best friend. When either of them is trying to sell something, it becomes even more appealing.

Even though it wasn't a Super Bowl commercial, not much is better than this.

Then, it's the classic.

The Clydesdale horse.

Even though they aren't the cutest or cuddliest of animals, you know it will be a good commercial with the Clydesdales.

Whether they're waiting on a zebra, befriending a dog or watching a streaker, the Budweiser spokesmen are guaranteed to have a great commercial.

They have a lot of pressure, but they come through with a great commercial nearly every year, which makes them the best animal to use on Super Bowl Sunday.


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