Brooke Houts, a well-known YouTuber after uploading a video in which is found guilty for hitting, pushing and yelling at her Doberman bride of dog is spreading worldwide and addressed as an animal abuser.
Brooke, who regularly uploads the video on YouTube in which her dog named Sphinx is also featured probably most of the time has recently posted uncut footage in which she is found abusing her dog.
According to her the video was just to prank her dog running into plastic wrap, but she posted a series of unedited clips after which she got attention from both you tubers and Peta- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals which is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk. Its a nonprofit corporation with nearly 400 employees, and approx has 6.5 million members and supporters all over the world.
Peta has tweeted the following tweet-
DOGS DESERVE RESPECT. IF YOU CAN'T TREAT DOGS WITH KINDNESS AND INSTEAD HIT THEM, DON'T GET ONE.
— PETA (@peta) August 7, 2019
After which, Houts gives her statement starting with apologizing for people who are “affected negatively” by the footage and also that she is not gonna play the “victim card.” Here’s what Brooke Houts tweeted after she has addressed as an animal abuser –
To everyone who has been commenting on my social media as of recently: pic.twitter.com/gnxUbfVHdf
— b (@brookehouts) August 7, 2019
She also defended her self by saying she is against accusations in the animal abuser, by stating that if her dog were “audibly and physically in pain” from her those actions, it “would be a different story.”
Houts also added, “I am getting my dog trained, and looking at the ways to improve how I can personally train him at home. I am extremely sorry you guys have to watch that footage and were upset by it, and to I’m sorry to my dog for raising my voice and acting aggressively.”