Fear Free Friday | DOGTV

Get 6 Months of DOGTV for Just $39.99 on June 7, 2019, ONLY!

What is DOGTV?

Entertain, love, and comfort your dog with DOGTV – television for your dog! Reduce anxiety and enrich your dog’s life with sights and sounds dogs love. DOGTV’s wish is to make dogs feel happier and more relaxed.   

DOGTV is the first television experience created specifically for dogs to help them relax and entertain them when their pet parents have to leave the home. The sights and sounds that DOGTV provides enriches dogs’ environment and allows them to experience happy stimulation and relaxation.

We understand that a dog who is in an environment that provides enrichment while he is home alone will lead to a dog who is happier, less stressed, and more relaxed. DOGTV programming also alleviates pet parent anxiety because the pet parent knows their dog is in an environment conducive to his wellbeing while they are away.

What is the deal?

As a Fear Free Happy Homes member, get 6 months of DOGTV for just $39.99.

How do I redeem the deal?

On June 7, 2019, ONLY, simply click the button below to visit dogtv.com/fearfreefriday for instructions on how to redeem the deal.

More About DOGTV


Does your dog suffer from separation anxiety? Does she miss you when you leave her home alone? Does he whine, cry, and bark when he’s alone? If you’re a pet parent who answered “YES” to any of these questions, then DOGTV programming is here for you and your dog!

DOGTV is the first unique television experience created for dogs to help them relax and entertain and enrich them when you’re not at home. DOGTV lets you “leave on a little love” for your dog. Your dog may not sit and watch television the way you do, but he will experience the happy stimulation and comfort provided by DOGTV’s scientifically developed sights and sounds. DOGTV and its patented programming was developed and designed by world leading pet experts and was designed to support a dog’s natural behavior patterns. The pet parent can choose from content in three categories: exposure, relaxation, and stimulation.