What is dish dogtv?

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DOGTV is a TV channel for dogs.

A trusted source of scientifically developed content for dogs, DOGTV is organized into relaxing, stimulating, and exposure segments to provide just the right balance for the daily routines of our beloved "stay-at-home" pups.

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DogTV, a television channel created for dogs to watch with or without their humans, is making its world debut in San Diego.

The channel began airing Feb.

13 on Cox and Time Warner Cable.

Cox customers can find it on Channel 2635.

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DOGTV offers scientifically designed content for dogs of all ages, and all breeds.

If your dogs can hear or see, then DOGTV is right for them.

Because not all dogs are the same, some dogs may respond better to television than others.

It's due to their age, energy level, even the shape of their skull and size of nose.

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DogTV, which became available via DirecTV, Roku, and Internet streaming in August for $9.99 per month, is the first television network intended for dogs.

The programming on DogTV is intended to appeal to dogs and keep them company and stimulate their minds while their callous humans are away at work.

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They're as basic as baking soda, vinegar, and ordinary dish soap.

One thing you don't want to use is shampoo made for humans.

The pH level of our skin is different from that of dogs: ours ranges from 5.5-5.6, while dogs' pH is between 6.2-7.4.

Human shampoo will be too acidic for dogs and can cause skin irritations.

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Dish Network going to the dogs.

A network completely devoted to dogs is launching on Dish Network.

The Douglas County-based television provider (Nasdaq: Dish) said the FidoTV channel can now be seen on its channel 245.

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Dish Network going to the dogs.

A network completely devoted to dogs is launching on Dish Network.

The Douglas County-based television provider (Nasdaq: Dish) said the FidoTV channel can now be seen on its channel 245.

FidoTV shows nothing but TV shows containing dogs.

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True soaps are usually not toxic to dogs.

Ingestion frequently causes vomiting and/or diarrhea; homemade soaps may cause burns to the mouth and/or esophagus.

Non-ionic detergents: This category includes dish-washing detergents, shampoos, and some laundry detergents.

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