Who would have thought I would write a DOGTV review? Funny life. It’s a DOG TV! – An actual TV channel for dogs.
Before we get to the DOGTV itself, we first need to address the question-
Do dogs really watch DOGTV?
Some dog owners swear that their dog watches TV. Others think that a TV channel for dogs is a terrible idea.
Well, it appears that there are a number of variables to this. So if you discover after reading this DOGTV Review that the product is of interest to you, the best thing you can do is to try it out with your dog and see if it works for him (or her) – decide by your dog’s actual reaction.
What is DOGTV?
DOGTV is TV’s first network for dogs, which provides television for dogs as a 24/7 digital TV channel with the purpose of offering your dog some quality time while you’re away. The content in the channel was scientifically developed to provide special positive programming for your dog through significant research from top pet experts. The content in DOGTV was designed specifically for the sense of vision and hearing of dogs in support of a dog’s natural inclinations. For example: dogs are very sensitive to motion, so a lot of the content features running dogs and animals.
DOGTV is currently available on PC, Mac, IOS, Android, Roku, and Samsung or LG Smart TV.
“A television can provide all important mental stimulation for dogs and help prevent boredom behavior” – PIAS (The Petcare and Information Advisory Service)
DOGTV has three main components: relaxation, stimulation, and exposure.
Meant to keep your dog calm and features beautiful visuals and landscapes with classical music in the background.
Helps encourage dog’s playfulness and combines animations and moving objects.
Meant to slowly expose dogs to everyday sounds and visuals that might scare them so they get used to them.
DOGTV screens the right balance of the three for a dog’s daily routines.
The result: DOGTV should help your dog be calmer, ease separation anxiety, and help other behavioral problems. Income from DOGTV helps support The HSUS’s Pets for Life program.
DOGTV as a solution for pet loneliness
The reality is that a lot of dogs stay at home while their owner is away. So is a dog TV a good solution?
The answer is- it depends. If your dog actually likes to watch DOGTV it is quite awesome. Obviously if not it won’t be of much help.
As a dog owner you shouldn’t mistake TV time for quality time and this isn’t a substitute of play time with your dog.
Summary: It’s a DOG TV! – An actual TV channel for dogs!!!
Five paws out of five!
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