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DOGTV Opens Up Their Signal For Free

DOGTV’s entertaining and relaxing content will be offered on TV platforms around the world FREE for dogs and their humans to enjoy #TogetherAtHome

Phoenix, AZ, March 20, 2020DOGTV, the first 24/7 digital TV channel scientifically developed for dogs, announced they will be opening up their signal for free from March 20 – 30, 2020 to provide home enrichment for dogs.

The subscription channel proven to relax and entertain canine viewers will be available for free in the United States on Comcast Xfinity, on Sling streaming television and DISH DOGTV On Demand Content for pet parents.

In Brazil the channel is available for free on SKY, Claro and Vivo thru March 31, 2020.  Additionally, the DOGTV streaming app is available anywhere in the world on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV, Chromecast, iOS and Android devices.

Visit for more information and to sign up for the DOGTV streaming app.  Users can create an account using the promo code:  WECARE to gain free access for 30 days. 

“With so many people around the world being asked to stay close to home, we want to provide a relaxing and entertaining experience that can be shared with the entire family,” said Beke Lubeach, General Manager at DOGTV. “We’ve learned from veterinary and industry experts that social distancing is not required with dogs, so we’re encouraging people to stay home and relax with their dogs.  Embrace the human animal bond.”


DOGTV is the only technology created specifically for dogs to help relax and entertain them when home alone or in anxious situations. The sights and sounds that DOGTV provides enriches the dogs’ environment and allows them to experience happy stimulation and relaxation. Over 1 million happy dogs love and trust DOGTV every day. To learn more, visit and follow DOGTV on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

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