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IPTV, Cable Alternative, High Speed internet and website solutions

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Go Surfing With The Dog

Why cable

Let's face it, we all like to watch TV. Just browsing through all the different channels gives us feeling of power. We shouldn't be confined to just one or two programs, we should have almost unlimited choice. Cable does that for us.

What reason(s) could we possibly have for not subscribing to the largest package possible?

Here at Blamethedog.ca we think we know some of the answers.

1 - Commitment -  Some companies expect us to sign up for a full year or more of their service and be subjected to penalties if we cancel early.

2 -Variety - Most cable companies expect us to be happy with limited content. They fail to see that some of us speak (or are learning to speak) languages other than English and while the cable companies give us a pretty good variety of channels, they also want us to purchase more channels at an additional cost.

3 - Cost - Let's face it, cable can be very expensive.

Why our Cable Alternative

Our cable alternative offers thousands of live TV channels from only $10 per month with no commitment.

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Site Content

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Do I Need A VPN?

While a VPN may not necessary to run our services, there are many other reasons to have one. A VPN gives you complete anonymity while going about your daily online activities. Completely hide all of your tracks and protect yourself from unwanted advertising gathered by both your ISP and other unwanted entities. Link to SurfShark provided below.

SurfShark

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Our Packages

BlameTheDog3 http://btd3.me

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 Offers lots of  US and Canadian plus local channels. Probably the best package for those only looking for English speaking channels.


Pros -Variety of English speaking channels, Lots of North American channels .The most Atlantic Canadian channels of any of our packages.

Over 2500 live TV channels in all.


Cons - Channels can be slow to load, no VOD or series

BlameHermanClub http://blameherman.club:25461/c

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 Package specializing in Canadian, UK  and American programming. Has now become our most popular and most affordable package.


Pros - Lots of local channels, very well organized and categorized guide, Movies. Over 4600 live TV channels in all.


Cons - New package still evolving.

BtdTVLive http://btdtvlive.ca

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Our largest package offering the most English speaking channels.


Pros - Tons of English speaking channels, The most UK channels.

Over 6700 live TV channels in all.


Cons - Very poor breakdown of channel list, Movies hard to navigate.

Our newest service

BTD4 http://btd4.net:25461/c

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Our new service BTD4 offers local content as well as everything else you would expect from a great service. Close to 4000 live TV channels.

Pros - lots of local and foreign content. Great price point.

Cons - Currently a lack of Series content. (May come in the future)

BTD Flix

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BDT Flix is a great add on for any of our services but goes especially well with BTD3 and BTD4. This stand alone service requires the BTD Flix app which can be found in the download section. Free 48 hour trial  available with this service.

Welcome

To set up your free trial follow these steps exactly

1 - download and install STB emulator (free or pro) on your Android box.Open STB Emulator, and from within:

2 - go to settings menu (if using mini remote hold OK button for approx 2 seconds until it pops up)

3 - Click on "Settings"

4 - scroll to and select "Profiles"

5 - highlight and click on "add profile"

6 - scroll to and select "Profile Name"

7 - Change profile name to "Blamethedog3" "BtdTVLive" or "BlameHermanClub" depending on which package you wish to try

8 - Click on "OK"

9 - Scroll to and select "Portal settings"

10 - Click on "Portal URL"

11 - Change URL to http://btd3.me for Blamethedog3,  http://btdtvlive.ca for BtdTVLive, http://btd4.net:25461/c for BTD4 or http://blameherman.club:25461/c  for BlameHermanClub and hit the Esc button

12 - Scroll to and select STB configuration

13 - Check  the Mac # , write it down and send it to me at larry@blamethedog.ca. Do not proceed any further until you hear from me. When I tell you that your account is activated hit esc.

14 - Scroll to and select "Device ID"

15 - Make sure "Send Device ID" and nothing else is checked

16 - Hit Esc at least 4 times

17 - In STB Emulator bring up the Settings menu and select "Profile" and "Blamethedog3" or whichever package you set up.

18 - You should see a progress bar which will fill. Be patient, this can take up to 2 minutes

19 - If you did everything right you can now browse and enjoy

20 - If you click on left scroll button while channel is minimized you can go to TV and select a category so you

won't have to scroll through all 2100 - 2600 (Blamethedog3 and BlameHermanClub) or 5900+ (Btdtvlive) channels. Let me know when requesting trial which package you are  interested in.

Other programs

Use the following links to download some useful files. Most of these are dedicated to the BTD4 service but can be altered to use others. Try at your own risk!

Appurls (docx)

Download

Buy Credits

Donate here for your choice of service and duration.

If you are buying credits to install yourself, please be aware we offer no support and no refunds. After making your donation use the "drop us a line" button to send us your MAC #, we will inform you when your service is active. Our service works best on, and we only suggest using STB emulator. For more info please contact us.

Our channel list has over 2800 (subject to change) channels. As with all IPTV services there are a lot of international non English speaking  channels. I think we have the best combination going. Try us and see. 

We are a reselling service only. We are not responsible for any of the content available through our service.

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Blamethedog

Beaverbank Rd., Lower Sackville, NS B4G 2S6, CA

Larry@blamethedog.ca (Beaver Bank NS) Rick@blamethedog.ca (Lower Sackville, NS) Bill@blamethedog.ca (Moncton, NB and surrounding areas)