Lassie, Come Back!

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Image courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org

Lassie may be returning to the big screen. Dreamworks Animation is trying to revive the much-beloved canine’s career and bring her back to a new generation. Lassie is the most well-known dog worldwide and has an 83% brand awareness. According to the Los Angeles Times,  “the 10th-generation descendant of the original Lassie — a male collie named Pal trained by the late Rudd Weatherwax in the San Fernando Valley — still lives in the L.A. area and makes occasional appearances at dog shows.”

 

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One Response to Lassie, Come Back!

  1. Tammy Sexton September 14, 2013 at 2:38 am #

    Hi!

    It’s me again, Tammy the Marketing Coordinator at The Uncommon Dog. We just finished another informative info-graphic that I thought you might be interested in. It’s titled “How Dogs Became Our Best Friends!”.

    If you love dogs, like we do, then you’ll love this story. Recent scientific breakthroughs have increased our understanding about how dogs have come to play such an integral part of our daily lives. This fun and engaging info-graphic tells that story in a way that we hope makes it accessible and interesting to everyone.

    If you would like to share this info-graphic with your readers, please feel free to do so. You can find the info-graphic here: http://www.theuncommondog.com/how-dogs-became-our-best-friends.aspx Again, all we ask in return is that you link back to TheUncommonDog.com, in some way, from your post.

    Also, definitely let me know if you do decide to post it because we’d be happy to spread the word again about the blog post by linking to it from our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages.

    If you’d like your e-mail removed from our mailing list, please let us know.

    Big Tail Wag!
    Tammy Sexton
    Marketing Coordinator

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