Here's how to watch the Puppy Bowl, because that's what Super Bowl Sunday is REALLY all about
We know that even if you’re going to a Super Bowl party, you might not be interested in the actual football game that’s going on. If you aren’t an Eagles fan or a Patriots fan, the game itself might not be too enticing. And that’s ok! That’s why there are Super Bowl party foods and Super Bowl commercials. Best of all, the Puppy Bowl is back for 2018. And we have everything you need to know about how to watch the Puppy Bowl this year.
The Puppy Bowl exists for all of the people who aren’t interested in the big game. And for those who are. Honestly? It’s for anyone and everyone who loves puppies. (There is also a Kitten Bowl if you’re more of a cat person). The Puppy Bowl even airs at 3 p.m. EST, so you don’t have to fight any football fans for the remote.
Here’s how to watch the Puppy Bowl, aka adorable little doggos running up and down a miniature football field and playing with toys. If you have cable, you can just tune into Animal Planet at 3 p.m. EST and watch all of the cuteness unfold. If you’re a cord cutter? No problem! DirecTV Now and Sling both offer options to get channels “On Demand.” The PlayStation Vue will let you watch it as well. If you don’t have any of these services, you could also sign up for a free trial to get access to cuteness at no cost.
Now that you know how to watch the Puppy Bowl, you should definitely watch the promo.
The best part about all of this? All the dogs playing in this year’s Puppy Bowl are up for adoption. They’ve been rescued from areas that suffered major storms and disasters.
Make sure you get your Super Bowl snacks ready before 3 p.m. You aren’t going to want to miss any of the cuteness the Puppy Bowl is sure to offer.