Having produced a number of award-winning campaigns, including the ‘Child Replacement Programme’, and most recently given dogs the ability to take the perfect selfie, there’s no doubt the marriage of Pedigree and Colenso BBDO deserved the Client-Agency Partnership of the Year award.
The endeavor to get the ultimate selfie has taken people to some dangerous places. However, few instances have proved as difficult as taking a selfie with a dog. Our furry friends love to wriggle and squirm away from the camera but now, Pedigree and Colenso BBDO have found a solution with SelfieStix.
As Cannes wrapped up over the weekend, local agencies Colenso BBDO, DDB and Y&R pulled in their final Lions across the Creative Effectiveness, Integrated, Film and Radio categories.
Empty nest syndrome is not a matter to take lightly and Pedigree and Colenso BBDO are hoping to provide a solution, with an initiative to rehome the thousands of dogs from around New Zealand that have been rescued from abuse and neglect.
Following news reports of another horrific dog bite in Auckland, Pedigree decided to bring its campaign—originally planned for release later this week—forward by a few days. We chat to the team at Colenso BBDO about why it’s so important for New Zealanders to learn more about dog behaviour.
In May, Pedigree launched its new global positioning, ‘Feed the good’, in Brazil and Australia via a pair of ads premised on the idea that dogs help humans be the best versions of themselves. And now, following on from this, the dog food company has launched a US spot, which was developed by Colenso BBDO in collaboration with BBDO New York. And While the gritty imagery in the Australian spot was bold as far as advertising for pet sustenance goes, the US spot is by far the most contentious in its portrayal of the tension that pervades race relations in the United States.