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Purina is Targeting Dogs With Their Very Own TV Commercial

The Nestle Purina company, is creating a commercial targeted at dogs.  However, you won’t be able to see it in the states.  It is being shown in Austria.  So what is so great about this commercial.

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According to Yahoo! News:

The advertisement includes three sounds that can be picked up by dogs, including a squeak that is similar to the sound made by dogs’ toys as well as a high-pitched ‘ping’.

Another is a high frequency tone that can be captured by dogs, but which humans can barely hear.

So what is the commercial all about?  Watch it:

So do you think marketing dog food towards dogs will actually make the owners purchase the food, or is this a complete waste of time and money?

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