Today's high-resolution digital TVs have vastly improved entertainment for humans around the world, producing sharper, more vivid images with far more frames per second and faster refresh rates. And there's an added plus for dog lovers, too -- now your pup can actually see what's on TV.
The analog TV sets of the past were little more than an annoying flicker for dogs, as our canine friends can register images more quickly than we can. However, how your dog reacts to visuals and sounds coming from the TV depends a lot on the dog's breed and individual personality. A scent-loving hound, for example, is likely to have a ho-hum attitude about watching the tube, but a herding breed (such as an Australian Shepherd) may be transfixed, or even excited, when it's TV time.
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