TV goes to the dogs
Mon, 04 Jun 2012 7:17p.m.
Is television really going to the dogs?
On one television channel in San Diego, California, in the United States of America, it really is, with a channel just for dogs.
It has been so successful they're looking at rolling it out all over America, and it's now available online for around $15 a month.
Watch the video for the full canine report.
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5/06/2012 4:22:20 p.m.
Our maltese will happily sit for hours on the sofa with my husband watching the golf, the rugby and test cricket....I'll call her name to distract her from the TV but I get totally ignored. I have to wonder....has my husband trained her to be just like him or what????
5/06/2012 11:37:17 a.m.
So far I've never had a dog that would pay attention to the TV - is there some secret to achieving this?
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