Through a Dog's Ear: v.ume 1: Music to Calm Your Canine Companion

Through a Dog's Ear: v.ume 1: Music to Calm Your Canine Companion


By (author) Joshua Leeds, By (author) Lisa Spector

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  • Publisher: SOUNDS TRUE INC
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 124mm x 142mm x 5mm | 86g
  • Publication date: 27 October 2009
  • Publication City/Country: Louisville, CO
  • ISBN 10: 1591796423
  • ISBN 13: 9781591796428
  • Sales rank: 223,700

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Music can soothe the savage beast-including your dog! Millions of dog guardians have grappled with behaviour problems caused by their dog's anxiety - from fits of barking when their beagle is left home alone to the nervous whimpering of their dachshund during a thunderstorm. Now, psychoacoustic expert Joshua Leeds joins concert pianist Lisa Spector and veterinary neurologist Dr. Susan Wagner to create Through a Dog's Ear: Music to Calm Your Canine Companion; the first CD in a new series of music clinically proven to calm canine listeners. In tests conducted in kennels, shelters, clinics, and dog households, Dr. Wagner and team made amazing strides in learning how dogs respond to music. Created to resonate specifically with the canine nervous system, this psychoacoustically designed classical music has been demonstrated to ease stress and reduce canine anxiety. In the research trials, twice as many anxiety behaviours were reduced with this special music as compared to conventional classical selections. With Through a Dog's Ear, pet owners now have the first CD of clinically proven relaxation music for dogs-the perfect gift for any "best friend" and their human family.

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"A dog came in that needed to be under our care for the day. He was barking incessantly while in his kennel. We put on this music and he very quickly stopped barking and remained quiet during the remainder of his stay."