Amanda: What breed of dog is in the Iams commercial?
The black and white short-haired dog in the old Iams commercial (the one where they're playing in the yard). I think the same type of dog was in the new Electrolux commercial with Kelly Ripa. Does anybody know what breed it is?
I know the border collie is on the bag... but the one in the commercial has short hair, are some short-haired? or is it just trimmed? I didn't think it was the same breed
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Answer by butterflychampain
I believe it's a border collie (probably mix) ..... I don't think I've seen the Electrolux commercial though.
Answer by Lorna Boustead
I think the black, tan and white short-legged dog in the top commercial is a corgi, a Welsh breed. The Queen has Corgies but the tan colored ones.
Answer by Leisa A Funk
It’s a corgi. My brother has 2, but with tails. The ones with tails are Cardigan Corgis. No tails are Pembroke Corgis and they come in lots of colors and combinations.
Answer by TERRI
These two dogs resemble schnauzers. We had 1 just like the grayer one that does some of the jumpings.
Answer by Syd
The dog on the Electrolux commercial looks like a Canaan Dog.
Answer by tlh_98
There's a Border Collie in the Electrolux commercial. I cannot find the newest Iams commercial, however.
Yes, border collies can present either rough or smooth … think of the differences between the Collie.
Answer by Angela Smith
Most likely a Boston Terrier.
Answer by mckennamagoo
I have been in search of an Iams commercial that featured an Irish Setter named Casey that grew old with her girl? It starts with Casey as a little puppy learning to climb the stairs, and at the end, the teenage girl is coaxing him up the stairs all grey and old, I was literally sob each time it came on,lol.. and everywhere I've looked I've seen many looking for it as well. apparently it was on here at one point but got yanked.
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My question now is what is the name of the puppy, the adult then elderly dog growing up with the boy. The boy keeps calling him to get into the car but can’t understand the name. Is it Dak, Doug, Duck? Thanks.