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DogTV Lets the Dogs Out at The Global Pet Expo

It also includes a free subscription to DOGTV for all visitors.




(PRESS RELEASE) ORLANDO, FL – DOGTV, the first 24/7 digital TV channel scientifically developed for dogs, announced it will be exhibiting for the first time at the Global Pet Expo February 26 – 28, 2020. This exciting opportunity to showcase the channel to retailers, influencers and pet lovers also includes a free subscription to DOGTV for all visitors.

“We are excited to share DOGTV with the pet retail world! Not only are retailers now able to sell our canine enrichment programming in their stores, but as pet parents, they will all receive a free subscription to share with their own dogs,” said Beke Lubeach, general manager at DOGTV. “This is our first time exhibiting at Global and we are looking forward to spreading the word about bringing joy to pups through DOGTV.”

Visit the DOGTV Booth #4474 during the show to enjoy the following:

  • $250 of Free Product – Spend 5 minutes to learn about DOGTV and receive $250 of product (gift cards) to sell in your store for FREE! Please schedule an appointment by e-mailing:
  • Yappy Hour – Stop by the booth on Wednesday, February 26th from 4:30pm to 6:00pm for Yappy Hour with the DOGTV Team
  • Giveaways – Premium giveaways to the first 500 visitors
  • Free DogTV for Your Pup – A FREE Month of DOGTV for you to enjoy with your dog



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