Subaru TV Ads For Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018 Bringing Back The Barkley Dogs

Posted: Jan 24 2018, 5:54am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Subaru TV Ads for Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018 Bringing Back The Barkley Dogs
Subaru of America debuts the third iteration of “Dog Tested. Dog Approved.” spots with The Barkleys (2018)
  • The Barkley Dogs are Back in New Subaru TV Spots

Return of Barkley Mutts in Subaru TV Adverts. Subaru Unveils all-new “Dog Tested. Dog Approved.” TV Ads during Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018.

The song “Who Let the Dogs Out” has a catchy bark-beat tune that keeps playing in the head of anyone who listens to it. It almost reminds one of Subaru with its twin dog advertisements on television.

Well, Subaru is not an automaker to be left behind in the popularity stakes, so it is bringing the Barkley pooches back to its television ads. The car company made an announcement recently that it will bring back the Barkley family of Labradors and Golden Retrievers.

The television ads portraying these canines will be titled “Dog Tested. Dog Approved.” The Subaru company aired the quatrad of half minute ads during the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. It has been a major sponsor for these awards since the past decade and a half.

The TV ads will feature on network and cable broadcasts and also digital and social media promotions. Subaru also employed the Barkleys to launch its novel Ascent three-row SUV.

This took place during the “Welcome to SubaruVille” event at the LA Auto Show in the final months of 2017. The whole act was said to be absolutely cute and sweet by many families who saw it.

The Barkley dogs have been lauded in the ads since the past eight odd years. Since Subaru owners often have pets in their lives, the company decided a long time ago to feature canines in their ads. The love of man’s best friend is the watchword here.

The ads are jovial, honest and provide a dose of comedy. The recent ads will really make the hearts of audiences melt once they see the Barkley dogs engaged in antics with cars as the central concern.

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