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How DOGTV Works
Signup for a DOGTV account.
Download the DOGTV app on your favorite streaming device.
Sign in with your dogtv.com email & password.
Enjoy DOGTV with your dog.
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Frequently Asked Questions
DOGTV is scientifically designed and programs are divided into 3 categories, to meet a dog’s typical daily cycle and enrich their environment. (See Programs)
While your dog’s sense of smell is their primary scent, hearing and vision are also super important. Just like a walk, DOGTV exposes your dog to new stimuli, but in the form of images and sound. This is how DOGTV provides enrichment for your dog.
Yes! Dogs respond to what they see on TV screens and pay most attention when they see other dogs, animals and moving objects. YouTube has thousands of videos with dogs watching TV and an increasing number of dog parents admit that they’ve seen their pups watching TV more than once. The shift to digital and flat screen TV’s has also contributed to the growth in the numbers of dogs that watch TV. In a survey conducted by the American Kennel Club and IAMS dog food, nearly half of those surveyed had dogs that showed some interest in what was happening on the television screen.
DOGTV is created in such a way so that you don’t have to do anything. However, it’s always a good idea to make sure your dog is comfortable in their environment with their favorite blanket, bed and access to water. Just make sure that the TV volume is set to the same level you would set for yourself.
DOGTV is scientifically designed and programs are divided into 3 categories, to meet a dog’s typical daily cycle and enrich their environment.
• Relaxation – Content designed to help the dogs relax, reduce their stress level and keep them calm through soothing music, sounds and visuals.
• Stimulation – Dogs need to be stimulated, which is hard to achieve when they are home alone. DOGTV uses stimulating scenes with and without other animals, animation sequences and a variety of moving objects to stimulate the dogs. Great care is taken to use just the rights sounds and frequencies to encourage the dog’s playfulness even when home alone.
• Exposure – Based on the most advanced veterinary science, DOGTV uses special sounds and visuals to help habituate the dog and make him more comfortable in his environment, by exposing him to different day-to-day stimuli.