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Through a Dog's Ear:
Using Sound to Improve the Health & Behavior of Your Canine Companion

by Joshua Leeds & Susan Wagner, DVM, MS



      Through a Dog's Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health & Behavior of Your Canine Companion is an informative and inspirational book. It gives both a higher awareness of the human / animal bond and an inspirational insight into the world of dogs.

In this overly busy, high-tech society even our dogs have become stressed. Simplified music is part of the solution for de-stressing our best friends.

One of the most often complained about behavioral problems in dogs is anxiety. Classical music creates notable relaxation in canines - it helps to reduce the level of stress. But not any classical music will do - psychoacoustically designed music is what reduces stress.

As with people, sound is important to dogs; their ears move constantly, tuning into sounds that we canít even perceive. Some are more sensitive to sound than others.

Chronic over-stimulation is like being on high alert at all times. Become a sound-aware dog guardian and become more aware of the inter-connectedness between you and your pets.

Sound awareness and music therapy calm our beloved pets. Where calm and peace exist, there will be no fear.

Through a Dog's Ear has been a beneficial book and CD for me. It has taught me things I had not previously known. I highly recommend this book to every dog guardian - it is full of very valuable information. It is pawesome!

The Book

Sounds True, Inc.
March 2008
Hardcover (Starter Music CD Included)
978-1-59179-811-8
Non-fiction / Miscellaneous - Dogs / New Age
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The Reviewer

Connie Harris
Reviewed 2008
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