The Dog Connection – How Music Can Improve Your Dog’s Life and Your Relationsh
Dogs perceive the world through their senses. Their auditory sense- the ability to hear– ranks next to smell as most important to their survival from an evolutionary perspective. Modern science even suggests that sound can be thought of as a “sensory nutrient” for nervous system –an intake that can either charge or discharge the nervous system with negative or positive impact on health and behavior.
Today we interview Lisa Spector, co-founder & co-creator of “Through A Dog’s Ear music for the Canine Life Cycle about how classical music that has been especially psycho-acoustically arranged can soothe and calm dogs at different stages in their life cycle, alleviate common anxiety issues and noise phobias and even improve adoption rates of dogs in shelters.