DOGTV is asking dog parents to share video of their canines for a new show

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Is your dog is a natural brown clown, athlete or has a special talent, now is your chance to submit his or her video for a chance to be featured on DOGTV

DOGTV, the first 24/7 digital TV channel scientifically developed for dogs, announced they will be producing a fun, lighthearted show called “Dogstar” featuring user generated videos of their dogs. The first show is scheduled to air in mid-April.

To apply, take a video of your dog (approx. 30-60 seconds). Then visit to submit your dog’s video.

“Social distancing has caused a lot more pet parents home to stay home with their dogs everyday,” said Beke Lubeach,  general manager at DOGTV. “People are craving new, fun content. What is more fun than seeing your own dogs on TV?”

Dogstar will be available on DIRECTV (channel 562), DISH (channel 285 and On Demand), Sling, Comcast Xfinity On Demand, Cox On Demand, RCN On Demand and on the DOGTV streaming app available on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV, Android and iOS.

Source: DOGTV

Featured image: Our dogs, Amy and Caramel, playing in backyard pond.