Of course wolf lovers are howling mad. We’re sick of seeing wolves demonized, especially in a Super Bowl ad, viewed by millions of people all over the world, including impressionable children, just to sell brewskies.
Bud needs to apologize. Wolves are dying right now in Montana and Idaho wolf hunts. Nearly 800 wolves have been slaughtered in hunts since September 2014, poaching has also taken its toll.
Just recently Echo, the young female wolf who traveled to the Grand Canyon from the Northern Rockies kill zone, was probably killed by a “coyote hunter”. She was the first wolf to set a paw in the Canyon since the 1940’s and now she’s gone, a huge blow to wolf recovery.
Wolves don’t need bad Budweiser press, they need protection!
Keep signing the petition people, let Budweiser know how you feel! This Bud is not for you!
Budweiser lost puppy ad has wolf lovers howling mad
11:30 A.M.FEB. 2, 2015
A Super Bowl ad has some people howling mad.
No, not Nationwide’s commercial about a boy who died , though way to bring down the mood, Nationwide.
It’s Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” spot, which featured an adorable puppy, majestic Clydesdale horses and a big, bad wolf.
The Budweiser Puppy Killed It in the Super Bowl Ad—but Did He Kill Wolves Too?
Conservationists say the commercial demonizes endangered wolves that already face threats from hunters and pet owners.
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Tags: Wolf activists howling mad, stop demonizing wolves, Budweiser, Super Bowl, badly done Budweiser