I’ll let you in on a family secret.
My sister is a pusher. And she’s dealing puppy crack.
My Puppy Addiction
In 2005 she put a Puppy Bowl DVD into my hands. And I’ve been addicted ever since.
Since then, I’ve collected more Puppy Bowl DVD action. I’ve even tried the harder stuff, Puppy Games, in 2008.
I know some of you know what I’m talking about. You too call your local bars to see if anyone is hosting a Puppy Bowl party. You check out the line-up on the web so you can decide who to root for. And you wonder if the commercials will be as good as the puppy game action.
I have good news: there’s a new delivery method that allows you to get an even stronger puppy hit. It’s an app you can use on your Android or iOS device to watch extra goodies when the Puppy Bowl airs nationally on February 3 at 3 p.m. You can go right to the iTunes store to download it (http://blogp.ws/Wxa8ia).
While you watch the broadcast, or even when it’s re-aired in your market, you can enjoy the trivia, interactive games, polls, and other fun goodies to increase the puppy goodness.
And this is one way to feed your addiction with no bad side effects.
Watch the Big Game for the Ads
I know. Some of you aren’t sports fans.
You couldn’t care less who crosses the end zone and don’t understand the penalties.
You’re in luck.
Subaru is sponsoring Puppy Bowl. And I don’t think their Dog Tested. Dog Approved.™ commercials will disappoint. Check out this teaser:
See? Plenty of puppies for everyone. Whether you like the hard stuff or are just experimenting with a dog habit.
I’ve seen no bad effects from my 7 year Puppy Bowl addiction.
No extreme weight loss. It hasn’t hurt my family relationships (my sister and I are closer than ever). I haven’t developed any health problems.
And the puppies in the bowl come from rescues and shelters with regular reminders throughout the game to adopt your next pet.
So I guess this is one addiction I can enjoy without guilt.
Which is the Big Game in your house? The Super Bowl? Or Puppy Bowl?
This post is sponsored by Subaru. I am being paid to spread the word about the Dog Tested. Dog Approved.™ campaign, but Something Wagging This Way Comes only shares news about companies and products that meet my advertising and PR guidelines.