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Keeping Your Pup Entertained

May 29, 2020

Is there anything better than a doggo friend? Having a furry pal is the bees knees, but when it’s time to leave, it’s heartbreaking to lock the door on glossy eyes and whimpering cries. If your pup reacts to anxiety with accidents in the house, you end up in an endless cycle of feeling guilty and frustrated. Why not try to relax your dog with this video streaming subscription made especially to help dogs overcome anxiety and boredom? It’s worth a shot.

RelaxMyDog is a subscription service that hosts videos and music to help your dog overcome anxiety, loneliness, stress, boredom, and hyperactivity. Dogs share the same emotions of anxiety and boredom as humans, but they don’t share the opposable thumbs, so all the content loops for an unlimited number of hours while you’re away.

Maybe you’re thinking “streaming for dogs? are you crazy?” But riddle me this: when you have a stretch of insomnia, a bad cold, or just a busy mind, you’re likely to turn on a binge-worthy show to calm and distract your brain. Dogs need the same comfort when they’re feeling uneasy! Don’t just press play on a seven-season sitcom before you head to work, put on something that’s created especially for Lassie or Rover’s viewing pleasure.

RelaxMyDog might even end up saving your favorite pair of shoes or chair leg since dogs are known to destroy your things out of boredom, stress, or even in protest.

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