Since 2008, thousands of veterinarians and dog trainers worldwide have recommended the slow and simplified classical compositions of Through a Dog’s Ear. This clinically tested canine music is not only for your discerning ear, but more importantly, your dog’s calm behavior.
Calm Your Puppy contains 3-hrs of bioacoustically designed calming music. The full album includes 1-hr of specially designed calming music, plus another 2-hrs of music with household and outside sounds gently mixed in. This soundtrack will serve as a sonic foundation for your puppy or young dog. It is formulated for both calming and acclimation to human-made sounds, using sound therapy techniques from our producer’s work in human neuro-developmental clinics.
Calm Your Puppy was created for all the new owners who want to raise a calm dog from the start (because we know raising a puppy is hard enough already). If you want a sweet puppy who understands the transition from play to rest, sleeps through the night, knows chew toys are different from furniture, happily greets new people, understands training time vs. free play, and goes happily to their crate or space, then this album is the right tool for you.
Household and outside sound effects include:
Use Calm Your Puppy for:
- Easing sleep or nap time transitions
- Noise acclimation
- Crate training
- Car rides
- Home training
- Potty training
- Relaxing together
How iCalmPet music programs work
Music for pets provides simple calming sounds and can improve health and behavior. The over-arching psychoacoustic theory informing iCalmPet music is summed up in just two words — simple sound. This term refers to the process of minimizing intricate auditory information. iCalmPet music is intentionally selected, arranged, and recorded to provide easeful auditory assimilation. Clinical research on dogs, cats, and people have found that while we hear different frequency spectrums, the mammalian auditory system, that we share, functions basically the same. iCalmPet music is individually designed for each species, based on clinical research and supplemented by anecdotal feedback received since 2003. Music for the enhancement of animal function is both a growing science and art.
Enjoy a Sample
|Bach / Arioso (walk in the park)|
|Brahms / Intermezzo In E, Op. 116 No. 4 (door, doorbells, footsteps)|