Would you sell your dog for $100,000?

Ra'eesah Manack
Nov 14, 2018
09:05 P.M.
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A recent social experiment dives into how much it would take for people to sell their dogs. In the video below, a man approaches strangers and offers them money for their dog.

Youtuber, BigDawsTV, design a social experiment while in Chicago recently. He decided to approach strangers and offer them $100,000 to buy their dog. 

BigDawsTV wanted to see if people would actually sell their dogs. He speculated that it would be near impossible to convince people but decided to try anyway.

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While people were walking their dogs, the youtube star approached them with a briefcase in his hands. He proceeds to offer the person money in exchange for your dog

The experiment aimed to test just how much dog owners loved their pets. And the results were heart-warming, to say the least.

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Most of the owners flat out refused to even consider the offer. Many simply speed walked away and threw suspicious looks at BigDawsTV.

The reaction resonated with many viewers. However, some Youtubers found that BigDawsTV had come off as extra creepy when he approached the owners.

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Since it was shared on the BigDawsTv YouTube channel in May the video has been viewed more than four million times so far. The comments sections were flooded by fans who agreed with the owners' responses.

My dog makes me happier than all the material stuff I usually buy. You dont need a lot of money to be happy, you just need to enjoy the simple things in life. Like dogs, nature and family. ~ Quag

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The social experiment showed that humans have a very loyal connection to their pets. At one point he even asked an owner if he got a million dollars together would he sell his dog.

The owner refused to even consider it. His reaction completely blew BigDawsTv away and proved just how much he loved his dog.

Apparently, there is something money can't buy. No matter how much money one has you can't buy someone else's dog.

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