Dogs provide us with endless comfort and entertainment, so maybe it’s time to give them just that – and that’s exactly what DOGTV is aiming for.
The streaming service is specifically designed for our dogs to keep them company and reduce separation anxiety.
Just like Netflix offers categories like drama, comedy, and thriller, DOGTV offers a variety of dog shows.
“Stimulation” shows featuring other dogs are designed to keep them occupied, while “exhibition” shows aim to get the dogs used for things like car trips, and “relaxation” shows are, well, okay. Do what they say on the tin.
The streaming service’s release was staged based on the findings of more than 60 scientific studies.
Professor Nicholas Dodman, DOGTV’s Chief Scientist, said, “DOGTV is a great resource for dog owners to help alleviate some of the behavioral issues that can arise when dogs are left alone.
“With the number of dog owners rising during the pandemic and owners now returning to work, DOGTV is helping dogs feel comfortable and at ease until their owners return home. “
Explaining exactly what it is, the DOGTV website explains, “DOGTV is a 24/7 channel with scientifically developed programs that provide dogs with good company when left alone.
“Through years of research by some of the world’s top pet experts, specialized content has been created to address the specific characteristics of a dog’s vision and hearing and support their natural behavior patterns.”
“The result: a confident and happy dog that is less likely to develop stress, separation anxiety, or other related problems.”
So it looks like this could be the ticket for this time of year, where the incessant fireworks can cause a lot of trouble to the pooch.
DOGTV will be available in the UK starting Monday 8 November on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
It is also available for monthly subscription online at DOGTV.com.
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