Through a Dog's Ear

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Through a Dog's Ear

Subtitled "Learn to 'Hear' the World Through Your Dog's Ears!", this book introduces an entirely new way to look at your dog's environment and its effect on his or her behavior. It includes a CD of music designed especially for canines to calm and relax your dog.

 


 
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This fascinating book, from veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner and psychoacoustic expert Joshua Leeds, uses the latest in science to help you use sound to enhance your dog's life.

Using the same principles explored by Patricia McConnell in her Ph.D. research, this book and CD provide music and tips to help alleviate separation anxiety, excitement with visitors, thunderstorm phobia and over arousal. (It's pretty soothing for you, too!)

You'll also learn about the effect of sound on your dog, including sensory orienting responses, sensory confusion and over and under-stimulation. This is cutting edge work, and deserves to be in the library of anyone interested in understanding or influencing dog behavior.

Description: Hardcover & 1 Audio CD Disc
Publisher: Sounds True, Inc
Language: English
Run Time: 60 minutes
ISBN-10: 1591798116
ISBN-13: 978-1591798118
Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 6.1 x 0.9 inches
Authors: Joshua Leeds & Susan Wagner, DVM,MS / Lisa Spector
Publish Date: March 1, 2008
Number of Pages: 161

"I highly recommend this book and CD to anyone living with a dog with stress/anxiety problems.
I have found that it provides a calming energ to dogs in homes, shelters, and boarding kennels. 
The music helps them become noticable calmer and more focused."
- April Frost, Animal Behaviorist and
author of Beyond Obedience


"Music therapy for animals and creating healing soundscpes for the home and veterinary clinic are long overdue. Already, during treatments, I have found that both animals and their humans respond to the music. It integrates seamlessly into the healing space and harmonizes the session in a relaxed and beautiful way."
-Narda Robinson, DO, DVM, MS
Shipley Professor in Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Colorado State University Veterinary Medical Center


"This book shows the impact of our over-stimulated world on both humans and our dogs,
and gives us the tools we need to help lower the decibels, make change, and create healing."
-Carol Komitor, Founder of
Healing Touch for Animals