Although man’s best friend will need a little help setting up the TV, the new DOGTV channel will keep your furry pals occupied whenever you have to leave the house without them. But what exactly is DOGTV and why would it get Bowser’s attention anyway?
DOGTV is a continuously on channel devoted to visually and audibly stimulating programming that has been proven to capture and hold the attention of lonely dogs. It’s an interesting solution to keep puppies of all ages occupied while you’re at work, school or running errands. With a steady stream of relaxing and stimulated content that has been scientifically tuned to its canine audience, there is always something new for pooches to take in.
While my pal Jessie closely watches some TV alongside me if the program includes dogs, cats or other animals and Air Bud is one of her favorite movies, DOGTV is an excellent way to provide a continuous stream of interesting content when I’m not personally entertaining the golden behemoth. When Jessie gets uppity, the relaxation segments would surely chill her out, like this mellow zebra-based segment:
To keep Jessie from completely spacing out, DOGTV includes plenty of happy, sweet and stimulating videos to hold her attention:
You can watch DOGTV for $9.99 per month, with the help of a Roku and other online streaming devices, and is backed by the Humane Society of the United States, ASPCA and the American Veterinary Medical Association for the service’s value and effectiveness. Click here to visit DOGTV.
How do you feel about DOGTV’s enrichment services? Does your dog watch TV? Tell us all about it in the comments below!