Can I get DOGTV on DISH?Brad's Electronics
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DOGTV is a TV channel for dogs. It might sound crazy! However, it has been scientifically proved that programs with dedicated soothing music and visuals can reduce your dog’s stress. More than 60 studies from universities, veterinary schools, and pet organizations such as ASPCA, Humane Society of the United States, and the American Humane Association have recommended leaving the television on for stay at home pets. So DOGTV has created more than 2,000 programs for dogs, each show is about 3 to 6 minutes long to stimulate and relax your dog while you’re not at home .
Special Offer: Get Your First Month of DOGTV Free on DISH! $4.99 value!
DOGTV sounds and images will keep your dog happy and relaxed while they’re home alone. Take advantage of this special offer, DOGTV is usually $9.99 per month, however you can also add this specific channel to your DISH package for only $4.99. You can also get a month for free if you request it at the time of placing your new DISH order.
Does your dog suffer from separation anxiety?
Does she miss you when you leave her home?
Does he whine and cry when he’s alone?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, DOGTV is for you and your dog! DOGTV is the first television experience created for dogs to relax and entertain them allowing you to leave a little love on when head out of your home. DOGTV is not just a TV channel; after all, our dogs don’t binge watch their favorite shows like we do. But they do experience happy stimulation and comfort from the scientifically developed sights and sounds that DOGTV provides.
.DOGTV’s patented programming was designed and developed with world leading pet experts, and designed to support the dog’s natural behavior patterns, and is thus divided into 3 content categories: Relaxation, Stimulation and Exposure.
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