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DOGTV Collaborates with Let The Animals Live to Support Israel’s Stray Animals

The television network for dogs has joined forces with Israel’s leading animal rescue organization to provide essential support to animals in need.




(PRESS RELEASE) PHOENIX, AZ — DOGTV, the world’s first television network for dogs, has joined forces with “Let The Animals Live,” Israel’s leading animal rescue organization, to provide essential support to animals in need. Donated funds will be used to provide much needed medical care, food, and supplies to displaced and injured pets and aid in the reunification or adoption efforts by the organization.

“Let The Animals Live” has a long-standing reputation for its tireless efforts in rescuing and rehabilitating animals in need. Our mission is to raise awareness and support for their cause,” said Beke Lubeach, CEO at DOGTV. “By watching the videos and visiting the website (link below), you can learn more about the situation and contribute to the well-being of these animals facing unimaginable circumstances. Your compassion and support will make a significant impact.”

DOGTV has published a special episode of “The Dog Moms,” which features an exclusive interview with rescuers on the ground in war-affected regions. Their interviews bring light to the rescue and support efforts in a time of unrest and uncertainty. This episode and additional information about DOGTV and “Let the Animals Live,” can be found here.


DOGTV is the world’s first television network created specifically for dogs. With scientifically developed content designed to provide companionship and reduce stress and anxiety in dogs when their owners are away, DOGTV is a trusted source of entertainment for pet lovers worldwide. For more information, please visit

About “Let The Animals Live”

“Let The Animals Live” is Israel’s leading animal rescue organization, dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating stray animals in need. With a passionate team and a longstanding commitment to animal welfare, “Let The Animals Live” is a beacon of hope for countless animals in distress. To learn more about their work and how you can support their cause, please visit




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