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Can dogs see tv?

I have a two year old dog who is getting lazy, so I am planning on putting him in kennel when I'm at work. He loves TV (and music) too much and gets bored. I don't want to put him out there in the house and risk him doing damage or not being socialized with the family. Can I watch tv for him in the kennel?

I have a two year old dog who is getting lazy, so I am planning on putting him in kennel when I'm at work. He loves TV (and music) too much and gets bored. I don't want to put him out there in the house and risk him doing damage or not being socialized with the family. Can I watch tv for him in the kennel?

I would like to watch TV for the doggy, what do you think?

In general, I wouldn't feel comfortable having a TV on or playing television sounds. What sounds do you have in the house or is the kennel very quiet?

The one exception to this would be if he would sleep for a good part of the day when you get home. If he can sleep in the kennel in a place where he can't get to the TV/movies, this would not be a problem.

I also have two cats. One gets along very well with my dog, so much so that when I'm home, he lets her out to run with the dogs. In fact, that is what I let them do on some weekends. So, I wouldn't turn off the TV for him just because he doesn't like the kennel, if your cat can tolerate it, you may want to watch TV for him too.

As with all things in life, balance is the key. There is a good reason why the world is full of people who are couch potatoes--it feels good to sit still! However, a little exercise won't hurt anyone, and a little playtime with his human will not hurt either. Good luck!

If I had a doggy my age, I would get him a small crate with a towel for bedding in it and a kennel with a door on it. Then I would have it in an area where he could go in and out as he felt. When I had my dogs, I had a crate in the hallway at all times. If he didn't have any interest in coming out to meet me at the door, I would tell him "It's time to come out and say hello. I know you like to see me, but it's not time for you to be out there with me."

I would have the crate in a room where the TV was and you could change the channels as you wish. I think it might be a better way to live, than to have all of us in our own areas of the house, but be totally isolated from one another. It was fun while it lasted, but I would not want to have it again for the rest of my life.

A kennel would be great for your cat. That way you can keep him in there and give him some exercise as well as a place to do his business. As you mentioned, he should be allowed to roam freely too, but he should be out of the way when he does it. That way you will never find a pile of kitty litter or a puddle of cat pee on the carpet. Have fun and enjoy him while you can!

I think my cat is a little depressed that she is the only cat in the house and it is a one room apartment for her. She spends time by herself outside but has no one to look at or love her. I have her on a diet that gives her little to no meat which helps but I don't know if she still really likes it. She likes to explore and climb but has no one to play with. I don't think I am doing her any favors by letting her be in the house alone. When I take her outside she likes to stay in the bathroom for privacy but it is like 10 steps from my door. Do I have to put her in a kennel when she isn't staying in her own room?

You could put her in a kennel in another room of your home. You would be free to take her outside to exercise her when you can. It's nice to have a place to play and to walk around, but that is why she should be in a separate room from the rest of the house. You can even keep a gate to her kennel if that would help. That way she won't feel like she is being denied from any part of your home. Enjoy her while you can, but be patient and watch out for any health issues that you can.

I've had to do the same thing. I couldn't afford two kennels for all three of my girls, so now my youngest has her own room in the basement with her own kennel. I will occasionally take my older girls outside, but she stays down there with just her kennel and water dishes. It's not ideal, but it's better than her being forced out when I can't supervise.

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