Music to Calm Your Canine Companion, Volume 1
Each CD in the Calm Your Canine series is an hour in
length and built upon clinically-tested principles to calm, soothe, and settle your dog during fireworks and
thunderstorms, relieving separation anxiety and stress.
The three hours of music in volumes 1,2 & 3 of Calm Your Canine Companion have been
clinically tested to calm dogs, and in many cases, reduce anxiety. The
instrumentation is simple — solo piano. The individual pieces have been
selected to gradually reduce the heart rate. This is
accomplished naturally by progressively slowing rhythms and simplifying
Music to Calm Your Canine Companion, Volumes 1, 2 and 3 are
interchangeable and recommended for when you want your dog to rest,
when your dog is left alone, or when anxiety or excitement in your dog
is anticipated — thunderstorms, fireworks, or the arrival of guests.
People will also find it to be deeply relaxing. All 3 volumes were tested on dogs in shelters, clinics, and homes.
Volume 1 is recommended for when you want your dog to rest, when
your dog is left alone, or when anxiety or excitement in your dog is
anticipated — thunderstorms, fireworks, or the arrival of guests.
Volume 2 is a perfect supplement to Volume 1. Both you and your dog will appreciate the variety of these two recordings specifically designed for deep relaxation.
Volume 3 completes the Calm Your Canine series.
Both you and your dog will appreciate the variety of these three
recordings that are specifically designed for deep relaxation.
Studies show these solo piano classical arrangements reduced anxiety behavior and induced calmness in 70% of dogs in shelters or kennels and 85% of dogs in households. What’s the secret? Thanks to their breakthrough research, conducted with veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner, Leeds and Spector have developed a unique understanding of how the canine nervous system responds to sound. Using that insight, they have created music shown to be twice as effective as conventional classical selections for soothing dogs. Through a Dog’s Ear brings you timeless music that you can enjoy with your furry companion—and, most importantly, will help your “best friend” live a happier and healthier life.
Specific applications include:
- Separation anxiety
- Excessive barking
- Excitement with visitors
- Pre- and post-surgery
- Canine massage
- Puppy quiet time
- Helping puppies/newly adopted dogs acclimate to their new homes
- Doggy Daycare quiet hour
- Reactive/ Fearful Issues
- Training classes
- During Fireworks
- During Thunderstorms
- During Construction
- During loud noises
- Crating during transportation
- Crating at agility trials and other dog sport activities
- Crating at dog shows
- Introducing dog to new stimuli (babies, visitors, other pets) in their home environment
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Performed by award-winning concert pianist, Lisa Spector.
Produced by Joshua Leeds.