Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with $6M Super Bowl ad


Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Vets are the true heroes of everyday situations. We help heal our pets every single day, but they don’t get enough attention. Fortunately, somebody comes along once in a while who spare no expense to show veterinarians their utmost appreciation.

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David MacNeil praised the vets for saving his 7-year-old Golden Retriever, Scout, from cancer with a Super Bowl ad worth $6 million. And the best part, right? He asked people to donate to the vets that rescued his dog and all the funds raised from that company would benefit veterinary school work at the heroes and help them buy new equipment. Therefore, they can diagnose and treat cancer much better: not only in animals but also in humans.

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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“Scout’s illness devastated us. We wanted this year’s Super Bowl effort to not only raise awareness but also financial support for the incredible research and innovative treatments happening at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, where Scout is still a patient,” Macneil said in a statement.

“We wanted to use the biggest stage possible to highlight Scout’s story and these incredible breakthroughs, which are not just limited to helping dogs and pets. This research will help advance cancer treatments for humans as well, so there’s the potential to save millions of lives of all species.”

Vets saved seven-year-old Scout from cancer and thanked them with a $6 million

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You can watch the Super Bowl ad right here


Meanwhile, Mark Markel, Dean of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in Madison, said this is an opportunity for “veterinary medicine worldwide.”

Scout is his owner David MacNeil’s best friend

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Scout had a 1% chance to survive, but his owner wouldn’t give up on him

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Here’s a video about how the vets treated Scout


Scout collapsed in summer 2019, was diagnosed with cancer, and was granted to live for only one month. Nevertheless, WeatherTech’s founder and CEO of automotive accessories, MacNeil, was unable to embrace this fate for his best buddy.

The vets are doing everything they can to help Scout recover

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Scout is a very good boy

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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MacNeil’s Super Bowl ad is a 30-second commercial named’ Lucky Dog’ that urged people to donate money to help tireless vets such as those who rescued Scout. “I think it will have a positive effect for animals and people all over the world on cancer,” he said of the trade.

There are three main options for treating cancer in pets: surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy (aka radiotherapy). It may also be used to try and save the life of an animal in combination with other therapies.

Video: Man thanks vet for saving his dog — with M Super Bowl ad
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The type of treatment recommended is related to the cancer type, its rate of growth, and how far it has spread. Surgery, i.e., tumor cutting, is considered to be the oldest, most effective and most commonly used treatment type. It is usually done together with chemotherapy and radiotherapy nowadays. Everything hoping to save the puppy, so he can be just like the Golden Retriever Scout.

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