The Pet Collective has become the fastest-growing pet channel on YouTube, and is one of the most popular of all of YouTube's original-content channels, which seems appropriate as we head into the dog days of summer! We've got some really fantastic stuff coming up in the next few weeks, too, so I hope you'll stay tuned!
Meanwhile, here's a quick look at some of the most-watched videos on The Pet Collective. We welcome you to feature them online (provided they are embedded as YouTube links); additionally, broadcast-quality clips are available upon request.
CORGI RAE JEPSEN: 'CORGI MAYBE' -- This music "petody" has been seen more than 1.2 million times on The Pet Collective … in just three weeks! As Time Magazine's Newsfeed blog pointed out, "Mere words could never do this masterpiece justice." There are a lot of "Call Me Maybe" parodies out there … there is only one "Corgi Maybe."
PAWDELE: "DIGGING IN THE DEEP" -- "We could have had it all" … if only separation anxiety hadn't gotten in the way. Being left alone leads this little Boston Terrier to belt out a soulful ode to love and loss, but never fear, there's a happy ending — which has helped lead it to more than 650,000 views in less than two weeks!
THE LITTER — Khloe Kardashian Odom narrates the continuing story of a litter of kittens from birth to adoption, and the latest episodes find the adorable kittens quickly developing their own personalities as they learn how to become independent.
THE UNADOPTABLES — The Pet Collective brings compassion and insight into stories of animals who aren't perfect … and have difficulty finding adoptive homes. One of the latest episodes features Thelma, Louise and Big Red, who are inseparable … chickens. Their story is a fascinating look at pets who are neither furry nor fluffy, but who nevertheless need to find a forever home.
HOT VET — He's a vet. He answers viewer questions about their pets. He provides valuable information that helps your pet lead a better life. Oh, yeah … and he's hot. Simple as that.
More and more pet lovers are discovering The Pet Collective every day! The Pet Collective welcomes your coverage — whether it's bringing individual episodes to your audience or showcasing clips of our "petodies."
The Pet Collective is created by FremantleMedia the company behind "American Idol" and "America's Got Talent."