Pet Food – Gravy Train Giant Domestic House Dogs

1970s, Pet Food 1 455

Gravy Train was always my dog’s favorite as far as I could tell.  “Dry” dog food instantly becomes “Wet” dog food by pouring a little water over the top, making it instantly more appealling to your dog without all that nasty canned crap that makes your hands smell like low-grade pet food for hours.

This commercial for Gravy Train is, well, a bit cracked out.  We start with two huge bitches (in the literal sense) serving up two heaping bowls of Gravy Train and talking about their “studs” preference of dry or wet food.  Speaking of that, I’ve never actually met a dog that prefers dry dog food over something with a little grease on top.  These two bitches pour heaping bowls of Gravy Train for their studs, who happily eat it up.

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Adam

Adam is an enigma, folded gently into dough, wrapped inside of cellophane, and hidden on the top shelf where he peers at passersby. He lives in Portland, OR with his wife and two dogs.

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  1. Davis.steve63@yahoo.com October 7, 2016 at 3:43 am -  Reply

    Wasn’t there a pet milk commercial with a jingle to tune of song Alfie?? In mid to late 60s or early 70s??

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