So, we have one male left who is a show and breeding prospect (not advertising just looking for advice) and I told my mother (who owns the litter) that if we were going to sell him as a prospect, he needed to have a clean face so people could see his face formation. She then responded with, "But he's just a baby!" after that she refused to consider allowing me to do it. I am the only person who has seen Alberto's potential so I insisted that we list him as a prospect. This is not to say that he has very little potential, it's just that I am the only person interested in breeding for shows. Whenever I mention him going to a show home, my siblings and mother respond with, "Don't you want him to have a good home?". I am at my wit's end with arguing about whether or not show dogs are pets first and foremost. Do you have any ideas on how to convince them that Alberto has a bright future and he has a lot to give to the breed?