The Secret Life of a Canine Couch Potato: Is TV Good or Bad for Dogs?

dog watching TV

Have you ever noticed when you’re tuned into your favorite show, your dog snuggles up with you and appears to be very captured by what’s happening on the television screen? Sometimes, you catch your pooch tilting its head to the side during action scenes or even barking at a dog inside the TV. While our dogs love to spend time with us any way they can (they’ve learned that human’s TV time often means pooch cuddle time), watching TV is actually an entertaining and beneficial activity for our dogs as well! 

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