Entitled teen throws tantrum over getting a rescue dog instead of purebred. What happens next will leave you speechless.

Entitled teen throws tantrum over getting a rescue dog instead of purebred

A young boy named Jacob and his mother look for a dog to adopt. Jacob is insistent on getting a purebred dog, and is dismissive of the adoptable dogs at the shelter. His mother explains that purebred dogs can be expensive, and that there is no difference in quality between purebreds and mixed breeds.

shelter dogs

Obsession with purebred dogs!

At the shelter, they learn that many purebred dogs come from puppy mills, which are commercial dog breeding operations that prioritize profit over the health and happiness of the animals. Jacob is dismissive of this idea and insists on going to the pet store to look for a purebred dog. When they arrive, they find that the prices have gone up and they can not afford to purchase a puppy. Insisting on buying one of those puppies, Jacob’s mom asks him to go home and talk to his dad and if they could make it work financially, then they will be back the next day to purchase one.

puppy prices at pet store

The next day when they go back to the store to purchase a puppy they see that the store has been shut down!

Disappointment turns into a lesson: Puppy mills and the issues surrounding them

Disappointed, they leave the pet store and go back to the shelter. Jacob is still insistent on getting a purebred dog and is upset when his mom suggests they try the shelter again. However, they soon come across the same litter of puppies they had seen in the pet store that was given to the shelter because of going out of business. The puppies are purebred but also very sick due to being bred in a puppy mill. Jacob is heartbroken when he is told that they cannot adopt one of the sick puppies.

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a puppy in a Puppy mill

At the shelter, Jacob and his mother learn about the issues surrounding puppy mills. These are commercial dog breeding operations that prioritize profit over the health and happiness of the animals. They are often overcrowded and filthy, with dogs not receiving proper food or veterinary care. Many purebred dogs come from puppy mills, which is why shelters often have purebred dogs available for adoption. Jacob is surprised to learn about these issues and begins to understand that there is no difference between purebreds and mixed breeds.

Learning the value of shelter dogs

boy learns shelter dogs are as good as pure bred dogs

Through Jacob’s journey, viewers learn about the issues surrounding puppy mills and the importance of adopting shelter dogs. The video highlights that many purebred dogs come from these commercial breeding operations, which often prioritize profit over the health and happiness of the animals. The video also showcases the positive experiences that can come from adopting shelter dogs, emphasizing that there is no difference in quality between purebreds and mixed breeds.


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