Dogs Watching Dogs on TV


Dogs Watching Dogs on TV.  Do They really know what’s going on? According to some experts, dogs don’t see TV as we see it.  They can notice shapes and movements, recognize sound, but they need smell to understand it full-circle.  I don’t buy it! 

Lady’s favorite Saturday morning past time is watching Cesar Millan, The Dog Whisperer before her neighborhood walk.  She learns great life-lessons from her friends on the show.  Her magnetic eyes dart to the screen followed by yearning whines.   She loves Daddy and wonders when she gets to meet her boyfriend, Junior, Cesar’s blue pit bull.    

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Cesar and The Gang

 

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Lady Watching Cesar Millan

 

 Dogs Watching Dogs on TV.  Do They really know what’s going on?   

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Dog Glued to the Tube

 

According to some experts, dogs don’t see TV as we see it.  They can notice shapes and movements, recognize sound, but they need smell to understand it full-circle.  I don’t buy it!  I know Lady recognizes animals on TV like cats, horses, and especially dogs.  She goes nuts for mutts and will stay glued to the TV for 15 minutes at a time.  Lady will routinely sit at the front door where she usually people-watches but she will turn her head, multitasking, watching a full episode of the Dog Whisperer and playing door-dog.  Opposable thumbs would be fabulous.  Lady could set the DVR, let herself outside, pick up her mcsteamys, wonderful!  But with the territory would come raiding the fridge, escaping from the crate to visit boyfriends, and opening the sock drawer.   

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Quiet Yall, My Show's On

 

Her Favorite Show

 

Watching Chance, Shadow, and Sassy

 

Video of Lady watching Homeward Bound 

Friends, why are you stuck in this box? 

1.  Dog Goes Crazy Watching Animal Planet 

 

2.  French BullDog and the Dog Whisperer 

 

3.  They understand cartoons   …and sing along! 

 

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