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For as long as I can remember and beyond, there has been such argument over whether or not dogs can watch T.V.
So what is it?
Can they, or can't they?
Well, let me start by saying, if you had of asked that question years ago, the answer you may have got was sure they can watch it, but they can not see specifics on the screen. To them it would seem a blur.
But what about today?
Televisions have came such a long way, has this changed a dogs ability to see the screen?
The answer is yes!
If you have a newer T.V with higher resolution and you have caught your dog watching certain t.v shows that may be showing other pets, animals, fish etc... it is no coincidence.
My huskies watch t.v, but only certain shows. Any time Lexus sees a wolf on T.V, she is focused on it for the whole show, she is fascinated by them!
What about Cats?
We all know cats and dogs have different eye sight abilities, but can our kitties watch t.v too?
Several studies have been conducted on our feline furiends to see if they can actually see what is playing on the screen, or if it is simply the movement of the picture that captures their attention.
Studies have shown that yes, they can definitely see the picture.
Cats were placed in front of televisions with different programs, and of course you can guess what took the cake in popularity.
Fish, birds, and mice!
That's all from the sibe tribe today.
Do your pets watch T.V?
Do they have a favorite show?
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