Barking news: DOGTV makes leaps and bounds into Europe

Written by on October 17, 2014 in Celebrity Critters - 1 Comment

The world’s first television channel meant for dogs, not their owners, will soon broadcast in Germany, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The DOGTV  deal with Deutsch Telecom will mean programming designed for pooches will be poised to move into the United Kingdom, Ireland and France.

We told you about the launch of DOGTV in the spring of 2013. The California-based company has since placed all four paws firmly in South Korea, Japan and Israel. It seems our canine friends love the boob tube as much as we do.

This also provides another wonderful opportunity to remind television lovers – dogs, cats and people – that we’ve known for years pets adored television. This clip courtesy of Scrooged.


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