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Greenies Treats: British Teeth

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American dogs everywhere are suffering. No, it's not non-organic dog beds, cancelled K9 spa retreats or shamefully sheer shaves at the groomers. American dogs are affected by "Anglo-canine-asitis". Or more simply, a lapse in oral hygiene. Periodontal disease is currently the number one diagnosed disease in pets. The GREENIES Brand has released a cheeky new campaign reminding dog-owners on the importance of dental health for their canine companion, and the role GREENIES Canine Dental Treats can play to help control plaque and tarter. Timed appropriately with National Pet Dental Health Month in February, the campaign was created by Adam & Eve/DDB London. The spot portrays a veterinarian explaining humorous scenarios of a fictitious problem for dogs worldwide, "British Teeth Disorder".
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Planner: Stuart Harrison

Business Director: Amelia Blashill

Account Director: Jo Lorimer

Media agency: MediaCom and Starcom

Editing Company: Work Editorial

Editor: Saam Hodivala

Post Production: Coffee&TV / The Mill

Post Producer: Sarah Walsh / Kirsty Ratcliffe

Colourist: James Bamford

Audio Post Production: Factory

Sound Engineer: Phil Bolland

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