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A Calm Variety (3-hrs)

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Stay Calmer Even Longer

A Calm Variety was inspired by new research findings from the University of Glasglow, in which scientists found that rotating musical styles in dog shelters actually prolonged the relaxation response! This 3-hour collection was designed to entrain the same response, rotating through a variety of clinically tested solo piano and classical trio, as well as specially designed reggae rhythms that bring prolonged calm to your canine household.

The clinically tested music, by Through a Dog’s Ear, relieves separation anxiety, quiets sound phobias, stops barking, and so much more! Soothing piano, classical trios, and specialized reggae soundtracks will keep your dog calm, cool, and collected even during the most stressful of times.

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Why Variety for Dogs?

According to University of Glasgow/Scottish SPCA research, when musical styles are rotated “…the effect of habituation may be reduced by increasing the variety of auditory enrichment provided.” The 2017 clinical research by University of Glasgow and Scottish SPCA shows reggae–along with soft rock and classical–to be the most effective musical styles for calming dogs in shelters. This research found that by mixing varied musical styles, habituation is minimized and canines actually stay calmer longer. It makes sense, no one, not even our dogs, wants to listen to the same thing over and over.

The concept of rotating musical styles to prolong calm is at the heart of A Calm Variety. All individual tracks–solo piano, classical trios, or specially designed reggae music–have been selected and/or rearranged to gradually reduce heart rate. This is accomplished naturally by progressively slowing rhythms and simplifying auditory data. People will also find A Calm Variety to be very relaxing, as the ear and brain are similar across all mammalian species, and calm is a language understood by all. Not only does the change of style bring a lightness and fun into the canine household, but you’ll be marveling at how your dogs mellow out, so you too, can find your calm.

Use A Calm Variety for:

  • Relaxing together
  • Veterinary visits
  • Grooming time
  • Doggy daycare
  • Training classes
  • Separation anxiety
  • Excessive barking
  • Excitement with visitors
  • Reactive/fearful issues
  • During fireworks, thunderstorms, construction, or loud noises
  • Crating during car rides
  • Leaving the house transitions
  • Crating at dog shows
  • Home training
  • Bedtime

“The music has helped my pretty calm dog not be as reactive to outside noises after being attacked by 3 neighbor dogs. She is more relaxed when she hears outside noises. It was very transitive for her and for me since it was so unexpected. I think your music is wonderful and I am grateful I happened to find it.”

—Jeanny Lane, Park City, UT

“Yeah for music from iCalmPet! Your music, plus noise reducing curtains and a white noise machine made New Year’s Eve fireworks almost tolerable for my little guy! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Best to you all! P.S. I’ve been singing your praises! Hope all my friends place orders!”

—Jacquie Emerson, Peoria, AZ

“So glad I got this for my dogs!! Great Bluetooth speaker and the music helps calm and relax my guys even during storms and fireworks!

—Leah North, Irving, TX

“My dog is a rescue with quite a few issues so with him we have to do a combination of things to calm him down. When we played your music for the first time, he started wagging his tail, sighed and laid on his bed. But what really amazed me was the reaction of my parrots. One of them has a noise phobia and will shake his head when he hears music. He sat on top of his cage just looking in the direction from where the music was coming from. The other parrot, who although is quite small, can be very loud. He, too, was listening to the music and was very quiet.

—Aline Murphy, Metairie, LA

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Why Music for Pets?

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Take a Sonic Inventory of Your Sound Environment

Company

Joshua Leeds, Sound Researcher

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The Musicians

Shelter Program

Wholesale

iCalmPet Blog

Support Animals and Air Travel - What's Changing in 2021

Together All the Time: At Home with Pets During Covid-19

Keeping Your Dog Occupied at Home During Quarantine

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