Man's best friend will now have their own TV network -- humans are allowed to watch too.
The viewer can tune in to see a continuous loop of three to six minute videos for relaxation and stimulation.
There will also be "exposure" programming of things that normally frighten dogs, like thunder and fireworks.
The idea is it will help make dogs less afraid.
DirecTV said the network is "scientifically developed" and will help prevent your pup's mental fatigue, depression and boredom.
DogTV network costs $4.99 each month.
It launches on August 1.