Extraordinary. Your dog now has his TV channel

  Extraordinary.  Your dog now has his TV channel

A chain that has a dog? DOGTV is a canine streaming service launched in Israel in 2012. The pay-TV channel was launched in Europe and the UK on 8 November.

But what is involved? Already, DOGTV was created by “scientists and canine experts” and is based on “over 60 scientific studies,” we explain in a series of short introductory videos in which a man explains the concept of the ‘dog point of view’. Is. just that.

That’s why the platform aims to make dogs happy through content, sounds, and colors specifically adapted for dogs. The idea is to calm the animals, stimulate them, and also educate them.

But do dogs see screens? A dog trainer featured in one of the presentation videos reassures: The channel is beneficial to the animal, even if it is not actively watching it.

The expert then assures that the series makes the dogs happy, even if the results are not directly apparent.

Is it worth watching him on screen?

So, to be clear, a journalist from Guardian Took the exam And the answer is obvious: His dog is bored. As for her boss, she almost fell asleep in front of her screen, thinking about the meaning of her life.

There are other videos on the channel, this time of several hours. The female dog still doesn’t seem confident and, on the part of the journalist, the questions fuse: “Is it fair to watch her on a screen when she seems so happy looking at me with utter disdain?” She does.

And when she tries to get her dog to watch an event where one of her companions is running behind a ball on the beach, she notices her dog’s dismay: “He pricked his ears, one in front of her.” Didn’t see the toy, looked at me like I had lied, then turned my head,” she says.

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After a while the female dog refused to watch TV

The animal prefers to be concerned with the real world around it, such as a woman walking through the street or a spider web hanging from a radiator. Eventually, the female dog will refuse to even take a look at DOGTV. And this despite drops of color floating in the water or birds flying across the bright blue sky, notes the journalist.

Despite everything, it seems that the channel has a certain interest as some shows are focused on training owners and sensitizing their dogs to troubles.

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