Tilda wants to get a dog, but her parents say no. They tell her that Baby Joe is too young for a pet, and that dogs are expensive to keep. But Tilda is sure a dog will be a better family member than Baby Joe, who can be so annoisy that’s right, annoying and noisy. Tilda decides to make the money she needs for a dog herself. She runs an animal care class, making pet products she can sell. But will Tilda make enough money for her own dog, or will she have an even better idea.