New TV streaming service launched specifically for DOGS – to 'help with separation anxiety'

New TV streaming service launched specifically for DOGS – to 'help with separation anxiety'

The world's first and only television network created specifically for dogs launches this week in the UK.

DOGTV will be walking its way into your home on 8 November.

This new streaming service designed specifically for dogs and their owners is sure to receive a round of ap-paws for those anxious to leave their fur babies at home.

The channel showcases content created exclusively for canines, scientifically designed to help keep them calm, relaxed and entertained throughout the day.

DOGTV's programs are there to enrich the lives of stay-at-home dogs and provide a relaxing, stimulating and behaviour-improving environment.

Think of it like Netflix or Amazon Prime for your canine best friend, with many of its shows timed to the natural rhythms of a dog's day.

Hopefully, this will result in your pet being a more confident, happy dog who's less likely to develop stress, separation anxiety, and/or other related problems.

British animal trainer and DOGTV ambassador Victoria Stilwell said: "People think that DOGTV is a bit of a weird concept at first, but when I tell them the amount of research that has gone into this – that this TV channel can help their dogs while home alone, improve their lives considerably, and help with different stresses and anxieties – they get it."

DOGTV was created on three years of extensive research and is approved by behaviourists, veterinarians and pet organisations.

Some of the shows and programmes available on the channel include The Dog Chef: Simple recipes for your dog, featuring Kevyn Matthews. At Home with Laura Nativo: Celebrity dog trainer and TV personality Laura focuses on ways to live better at home with your dog, packed full of practical tips. And Things We Woof About: New dog trends, products and services.

You may be thinking about how and where can you watch DOGTV. Well, it is available on a range of smart TVs, on Android and Apple devices, and online directly at DOGTV.com.

British Professor Nicholas Dodman, DOGTV's Chief Scientist, added: "DOGTV is an excellent resource for dog owners to help alleviate some of the behavioural problems that can arise when dogs are left alone. 

"With numbers of dog owners rising over the pandemic, and owners now returning to work, DOGTV helps canines to feel relaxed and comforted until their owners return home".

Research from the RSPCA shows that eight out of ten dogs find it hard to cope when left alone with. A recent DOGTV survey found that rates of separation anxiety were 20% higher among dogs adopted during the pandemic.

This could be the channel you never knew you needed and the answer to your dog loneliness issues.

Commenting on the launch of DOGTV in the UK, Gilad Neumann, CEO and Co-Founder, DOGTV, said, "For pet parents who are out of the home for extended periods of time, DOGTV is a lifesaver. Satisfied customers report less pet drama – less barking, chewed up furniture and calmer pets."


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