TV channel designed by dog experts helps stimulate and relax pups to ease separation anxiety and stress when they’re home alone
What You'll Get
DOGTV is a TV channel for dogs. A trusted source of scientifically developed content for dogs, DOGTV programming is organized into relaxing, stimulating and exposure segments that work together to provide just the right balance for the daily routines of our beloved “stay-at-home” pups. DOGTV’s revolutionary content is designed for a dog’s visual, auditory and emotional sensibility.
Each show is designed to relax, stimulate, and expose dogs to various movements, sounds, objects, experiences and behavior patterns—all from a dog’s perspective. These benefits are backed up by more than 60 different studies from universities around the world. DOGTV is available 24/7 on the following devices: Amazon, Roku, Apple TV, Android, iOS, and Web browser subscriptions.
The Fine Print
The average American watches 35 hours of television per day—in dog years, anyway. As featured in TIME, Forbes, and the New York Times, DOGTV—the first TV channel that caters specifically to man's best friend—fills screens with shows that complement canines' unique sense of vision and hearing, supporting their natural behavior patterns while easing separation anxiety and stress. Conceived and created by dog experts of animal behavior—and reinforced by more than 60 different studies from universities around the world—each show on DOGTV consists of three to six minutes of content in one of three categories—Relaxation, Stimulation, or Exposure, taking into account dog's unique vision (and color vision), hearing, behavior and day cycle. The result is everything from footage of other dogs playing to dog's-eye-view streetscapes, objects and animations, all supported by a rich sound design and music that was composed specifically for dogs. Just in case your TV hasn't been set to recognize bark commands, DOGTV is available 24/7 through streaming devices including Roku, Amazon Fire TV Box, smart TVs, and iOS and Android.