Transcript for 'Eddie the Terrible' Finally Finds a Home
I do. I do. Big fan of dogs and rescue. There's a big trend going on right now. Truth in advertising. This is a great case. It's a pitch that helped a devil dog find a new home. His name, Eddie the terrible. He doesn't always play well with other S. But a creative ad agency used those flaws to his advantage. It's the chilling commercial that's less about pet adoption, and more about breaking bad. I am the one who knocks. Reporter: But for this little dog with a big, bad attitude, the unlikely image paid off. Meet teddy, the 2-year-old chihuahua who's bite is as big as his bark. After 15 months, the humane society worried he might never be adopted. So they renamed him Eddie the terrible and posted an unusual adoption ad listing. Three great reasons you shouldn't think about adopting him. We do think he's perfectly imperfect. He needed the right family. Reporter: The ad called Eddie a horrible walking companion, a ferocious friend and a terrible sleeper. Adding in that blond package exists tons of naughty. They even warned Eddie's never bitten anyone, but we're not saying it could never happen. An estimated 4 million dogs are in animal shelters across the country, a third get adopted. Could pup personal ads help find more homes? Daniel says yes. They saw the ad and no amount of naughty could keep them away from Eddie. When I saw his face. You, that is a cute dog. I believe we found the perfect dog for our family. He looks so calm there. Because he found the right family. There's the lesson. Embrace the imperfect, everybody. Great story. Now to the snow overnight in
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