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What is Dog TV and how does it work?

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What is Dog TV and how does it work?

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DOGTV is a TV network specifically for pooches that was launched in the UK.

Here is a trot in the English Channel for our four-legged friends.

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Pooches can watch programs while their owners are away thanks to DOGTVCredit: Bav Media

What is Dog TV?

It is a TV channel that was launched in the UK and is dubbed as “HBO for Dogs”.

The network aims to alleviate the separation anxiety and loneliness of pets alone at home.

DogTV offers soothing and nurturing content that is color-appropriate for dogs, as they are red-green color blind.

Professor Nicholas Dodman, of DogTV, said: “This is a great resource for owners to help alleviate behavioral issues that arise when dogs are left alone.”

How it works?

The service, already available in other countries, will also help owners better understand and care for their pets.

Colors, sound and camera alignment have been adapted to suit the senses of dogs.

Professor Nicholas Dodman said: “With the number of dog owners increasing during the pandemic and owners now returning to work, DogTV helps dogs feel relaxed and comforted until their owners return home. them.”

Pet trainer Victoria Stilwell said: “People think DogTV is a bit of a weird concept at first.

“But when I tell them the amount of research that’s been done on this – that this TV channel can help their dogs when they’re home alone, dramatically improve their lives and help them with different stresses and anxieties – they understand.”

How much does DogTV cost?

The one-year subscription costs £59.99, but you can try it out for free.

It is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Play and Apple.

New TV streaming service launched specifically for DOGS – to ‘help with separation anxiety’



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