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."
Published on Jul 16, 2012