Man Spends $6M on Super Bowl Ad to Thank The Veterinarians Who Saved His Dog Life

I don’t even have to watch anymore Super Bowl Commercials because this one wins!!

David MacNeil, owner of WeatherTech, bought a $6 million 30-second 2020 Super Bowl commercial to thank the veterinarians who saved the life of his dog Scout.

Last year, WeatherTech ran an ad for their pet care line during the Super Bowl, and it starred David’s golden retriever, Scout.  Sadly, later last year Scout was diagnosed with a tumor on his heart and his vet only gave him a 1% chance of surviving it.

But David held out hope.

He took him to the University of Wisconsin’s School of Veterinary Medicine.  And the cancer treatments they gave him saved his LIFE.  The tumor shrank so much, it basically disappeared.

So now Scout’s starring in a NEW Super Bowl ad this Sunday.  But not for WeatherTech . . . it’s for the VETS who treated him.

David says the ad cost him about $6 MILLION.  And it asks people to donate to the University of Wisconsin’s veterinary program.  It’ll air sometime during the second quarter.  You can pitch in at