Last year I gave you a "heads up" about a TV channel being developed  for  dogs.  It's here.

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It's called DOGTV.  The programming is not intended for humans.  The channel content is exclusively for dogs.

The content is supposed to relax the dog and reduce stress while the canine is alone.

DOGTV uses a combination of music, sounds, and visuals to reduce or eliminate separation anxiety.

A subscription costs about $10 a month.  There's a three month plan for $25.

DOGTV is currently available in some areas that are served by Time Warner and Cox.   DirecTV will begin to carry the channel on August 1st.

Here's a sample.....

Is DOGTV useful or useless?

Your comments are always welcome.