Hopefully this time around they choose a different route, but they will be treading thin ice.
The commercial I am speaking of, called "Lost Dog" shows a puppy that falls out of a truck, courageously manages to find his way back home.
The problem you ask?... As the pup returns, the owner shows happiness over the return, but only because she used GoDaddy to build a website to sell the dog to a new owner
A Sour turn to the start of a sweet commercial.
TMZ Quotes "In other words, people are PISSED -- with some animal rights groups saying the commercial supports puppy mills and other "inhumane breeding" practices. PETA went nuts over it ... saying, "anyone who sells a dog online is a callous jerk."
"GoDaddy's CEO Blake Irving got the message loud and clear ... and tweeted, "What should have been a fun and funny ad clearly missed the mark and we will not air it."
GoDaddy officials did comment they still pan to use that 4 million dollar 30 second spot, although it is still not clear what will air.