Brainwaves, heart rate, and breath can be changed with the use of sound, vibration, pattern, and tone. It is now
believed that our canine companions are as discerning as humans when it comes to musical preference.
Dr. Susan Wagner, a veterinary neurologist, tested music in animal shelters, homes and clinics on more than 150
dogs. The findings were unexpected and extraordinary. Psychoacoustically designed classical music showed a
definite reduction in stressed-out behaviors such as separation anxiety.
The nine compositions on this CD have been clinically tested to calm dogs and reduce anxiety by gradually
reducing the heart rate, accomplished naturally by slowly slowing rhythms and simplifying auditory data.
Through a Dog's Ear: Volume 1 Music to Calm Your Canine Companion couldn't have fallen into my hands at
a more timely moment. Having experienced the recent death of one of my beloved canine companions I was very
stressed and so were my two remaining canine companions. I found playing this music was not only calming for them
but for me as well.
I recommend Through a Dog's Ear: Volume 1 Music to Calm Your Canine Companion for all dog guardians and
I also recommend Through a Dog's Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health & Behavior of Your Canine Companion - a
must read (also reviewed on Myshelf.com!)
You will be amazed by what you learn and how soothing this music is for both you and your canine companions.