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Dog TV

I admit I am one of those people who leaves the TV or radio on for the
dog when I’m gone 🙂
This site and new TV channel looks very interesting but I wonder if the dogs bark on TV will our own dogs bark in return? Just wondering what the neighbors might think for those of us who live in apartments.

Welcome to DOGTV
The First Television Channel for dogs

Scientifically developed. Pup approved. DOGTV is cable’s first network

created exclusively for canines, and the humans who love them.

DOGTV’s 24/7 programing helps stimulate, entertain, relax and habituate

dogs with shows that expose them to various movements, sounds, objects,

experiences and behavior patterns, all from a dog’s point of view.

To sign up go to


New Breeds at this years Dog Show

I’ve yet to attend the Westminster Dog Show although now I am seriously considering it.
I don’t know why I haven’t attended as I have friends in New York and it’s not that far to travel.
I think it’s about my dislike of winter and cold weather period. Many years I just hibernate or spend the winter
in a warmer climate such as Vegas, Tucson, Clearwater, you get the picture. This year the budget won’t allow for
an island escape or even the west coast so I’m trying to amuse myself here in the cold Northeast.
There are still tickets available for Westminster and reasonable (for NY) hotel prices for those attending the show.
I have been exploring the site and see six new breeds will be making a debut at the show.
If you would like a look at these new breeds go to the site and check them out. They consist of an American English Coonhound, Cesky Terrier,
Entlebucher Mountain Dog, Finnish Lapphund, Norwegian Lundehund, Xoloitzcuinli.
I’m not sure what I think of these breeds, it reminds me of an article I read not long ago in Modern Dog called “Who’s Your Daddy”
and those dogs happened to be refered to as mutts and not “designer” dogs.
So tell me what are your thoughts?