It’s no secret that people do outrageous things for their dogs, from celebrities buying their pups dog houses worth more than their own home to the average dog lover spoiling their pooch to a luxurious day at the doggy spa. Now, dog owners can add one more unheard of activity to the list: dog television. Dog TV is cable’s first network for canines, providing them with 24/7 programming tailored specifically to their visual and hearing senses. Developed by highly acclaimed pet experts Professor Nicholas Dodman, Victoria Stilwell, and Warren Eckstein, the Dog TV network was created in an effort to reduce the stress and anxiety “home alone” dogs experience when their owner is away.
If the right content is on TV, research and pet experts claim that dogs are more happy and confident. No time to entertain your pup? No problem. Dog owners who are constantly working and don’t utilize home dog boarding services can still ensure that their dogs are having fun while they’re away. Dog TV has three main segments to sooth and entertain the anxious pup: relaxing music and sounds to relieve their anxiety when they’re alone, stimulating animations, images, and real-world sounds to maintain their energy, and positive behavioral reinforcement to meet their routine, day-to-day tasks without boredom.
Designed 100% for dogs, Dog TV appeals to a dogs senses without disturbing their sensitive ears. As long as your dog can see and hear, then Dog TV is for them, no matter the breed. Most dog owners want only the best for their beloved pooches, so if you want to steer clear from the guilty feeling you get when your dog whines and moans when you leave home, Dog TV may be your solution.