SAN DIEGO , March 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — DOGTV is launching a new series 3 March2022 Spotlight on The Dog Chef Kevin Matthews and his job of preparing healthy food for puppies.
The Dog Chef is a 10-part series of shows highlighting Matthew’s work with celebrities and everyday pet owners to create nutritious foods that promote canine health and enrichment. Kevin Matthews owns The Dog Chef cafe in Baltimore, where he makes fresh food, treats, and froyo for dogs. Matthews has a four-year-old Doberman named Heidi and also fosters dogs for Baltimore area saves.
The first episode “Healthy Eating is Beautiful” continues 3 March and will show Matthew’s visit Marcy Hopkinswhose dog suffers from severe allergies. Matthews helps create recipes that help the dog feel better and improve their quality of life. Future episodes will help dogs with issues like irritable bowel syndrome, bad breath, and heart problems.
Matthews said creating the show has been extremely rewarding for him given the chance to help dogs and their owners across the country.
“When I started my mission, I set out to properly feed my own dog,” Matthews said. “I had no idea it would take me on a journey that could teach the whole world how to properly feed their pets. This show was a fun way to do what I do best, connect with dog people who love their dogs so much that they are inspired to become the chef their dog wants them to be.
DOGTV now offers hundreds of fun, educational and entertaining programs for pet parents, including shows like Road Dogs, The Happy Puppy with Dr. Courtney Campbellbe active with Laura Nativo and tricks for using treats Chrissy Joy. In addition, the network recently began airing its first full-season series, Paws for Love, with additional full-season programs to come over the next few weeks.
Beke LubeachDOGTV’s general manager and chief marketing officer said the new content will be a great tool for pet owners to help their pets adjust to a “new normal.”
“The pet shows are designed to help keep them calm and engaged during the day and to promote their overall well-being,” she said. “So now is a great time for us to introduce even more content for your enjoyment. And it’s also an opportunity for DOGTV to become an even more valuable resource for pet owners by providing them with informative and engaging programming as well.”
DOGTV is now available in the US, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal and S. Korea via cable and satellite providers and Direct To Consumer via their app, available everywhere on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV, iOS and Android devices. The channel also has a robust online and social media presence.
“We want pet owners to be able to access DOGTV’s useful programming anywhere,” she said. “Our pets bring us so much joy, especially during difficult times like the ones we’ve experienced over the past few years. It’s important for pet owners to be able to offer their pets the kind of enriching activities that improve their overall quality of life. “
DOGTV’s approach to pet enrichment is based on more than 60 scientific studies. The channel’s content focuses on behavior and how visual stimuli can affect it, ways to help dogs counteract anxiety, and stimulation and enrichment through music and sound.
DOGTV is a 24/7 channel of programming scientifically designed to provide dogs with the right company when left alone. Through years of research by some of the world’s leading pet experts, specialized content has been created to meet specific characteristics of a dog’s vision and hearing and to support their natural behavioral patterns. The result: a confident, happy dog who is less likely to develop stress, separation anxiety, or other related issues.
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