Louis C.K. Riffs on HSUS Ads, Buying a Puppy

Should you buy a dog, or adopt one? The choice is personal. And in a new special on Netflix, comedian Louis C.K. offers his opinion in a story about the time he got a dog for his kids.

Getting a dog has become tainted by political correctness. Groups like HSUS have stigmatized buying a dog—“adopt, don’t shop”—and have pushed legislation to prohibit consumers from purchasing a dog that comes from a breeder, despite acknowledging that not all breeders are substandard (according to HSUS standards). If you ask us, all dogs want a loving home, no matter where they’re from.

Louis C.K. doesn’t just offer his thoughts on buying vs. adopting, he also takes on the tear-jerking ads you see from HSUS and the ASPCA. View the 4-minute clip below. (There’s some adult language, as you would expect.)

Posted on 04/11/2017 at 12:36 pm by Humane Watch Team.

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  • Yarbles

    Louie is a dumb@zz.

    He needed a cat. He looks like he has the makings of a crazy cat lady.

    Put him in the group with Amy Schumer as another dumbazz entertainer who I will not watch.

    eff him

  • Kathryn Smith

    I needed this, this morning! if TV advertising were not so expensive, and this could be shortened …