Dogs learn to drive in new Subaru campaign

This week, we learned that some dogs are smiling like people. Now we know why. Carmichael Lynch puts canines behind the wheel of Subarus in a new campaign. Sure, Boston drivers will bark if you cut them off, but these mutts will scratch, bite … and shed! (Some Boston drivers will do all those things too, actually.) If they drag-raced against Kia hamsters, I'd bet on the rodents to be the Soul survivors, which is a bad pun and a violent image, though no animals were harmed in the writing of this post. The pooches are so cuuuute at the drive-thru. Is that Mexican food? Fido's sleeping outside tonight, as far from the couch and carpet as possible! Check out eight more doggie spots from the campaign here.

—Posted by David Gianatasio


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