Save Sphinx, the puppy dobermann

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YouTuber Brooke Houts, who regularly posts videos of her alongside Doberman named Sphinx, has come under scrutiny after an unedited clip was accidentally uploaded to her channel appearing to show her slapping and appearing to spit on her dog.

The clip was accidentally uploaded to her channel on August 5, and showed the 20-year-old acting aggressively towards her pet who was interrupting while she tried to film.

This brought the ire of the online community, who lashed out at the content creator for the way she treated the Doberman, with Houts eventually deactivating her Twitter account due to the backlash she was receiving, although later reactivated it.

The video in question was removed from her channel, and replaced with the video that was originally intended to be uploaded, but was downloaded before it’s deletion and shared on social media.

The clip shows Houts telling her audience that she planned to “prank her dog” by putting plastic wrap across a door and calling it, to see how it would react when it was unable to reach her because of the see-through barrier.
A frustrated Houts can be seen getting jumped on by her dog, and then slapping the dog in the side of the face to knock it down, before following it off camera. A second section shows the dog approach her while she is on her knees, with Houts forcing it down by using her weight to push him to the floor, yell “Stop” and make a sound which appears to be her spitting on the animal.

The final section shows the dog approach her again, and lick her on the face, with Houts again shoving the dog away and following it out of view of the camera.

WE WANT SOMEONE WHO TAKE CARE OF THIS PUPPY IN THE RIGHT WAY! Please save this dogo from his abuser. Thank you

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