Big screen TVs mean bigger fun, right? Well not exactly, not if you’re watching a horror film and you’re a not-so-brave Jack Russel terrier.
It’s a fact that up until recently dogs weren’t able to watch TV. They could see the images but they couldn’t experience them as moving pictures. With the development of new higher frame rate TVs came a new era for doggy entertainment, but as this little guy will show you – also new ways to get scared. This guy was enjoying the movie night with his human and during a particularly scary scene I was expecting him to bark or something. Instead, what he did made me giggle.