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Aggression (1.5hrs)

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Calm and permanently re-train your aggressive dog.

At the root of all aggressive behavior is a dog who feels a lack of safety and consistency. But aggression is never a useful or wanted behavior in any domestic environment, and must be treated appropriately in order to preserve the well-being of the dog, his environment, and his human family.

Aggression uses sound therapy techniques of simple sound and entrainment to create a sensory experience of patterned stability that aggressive dogs feel they’re missing. Through A Dog’s Ear has collaborated with award-winning, positive reinforcement trainer Victoria Stilwell to develop this highly innovative program. The recording includes Victoria’s training protocols, followed by 90-min of specialized classical music, as well as an instructional PDF that walks you through how to positively re-train an aggressive dog.

Let peace reign in your household.

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Since 2008, thousands of veterinarians and dog trainers worldwide have recommended the slow and simplified classical compositions of Through a Dog’s Ear. The breakthrough research behind Through a Dog’s Ear shows that the canine nervous system is extremely sensitive to sound — and that special arrangements of classical music have a profound soothing impact on anxious dogs. This clinically tested canine music is formulated for your dog’s calm behavior, as well as your discerning ear.

Sound is a particularly powerful sensory pathway in canines. Our specially-designed bioacoustic music contains the right recipe of calming frequencies and recognizable patterns necessary for immediately soothing the nervous system, as well as the long-term purpose of transforming aggressive dogs into calm canines.

These principles are especially important for fearful, reactive dogs, as their nervous systems are already overstimulated by the learned belief that everything is a threat. The specially designed psychoacoustic music in these tracks has been clinically demonstrated to help dogs relax in many different situations and environments, and the unique combination of this music, along with the treatment plan laid out in these instructions, is a powerful tool to easing stress and anxiety in dogs that are reactive and/or aggressive. Aggression directly communicates to the sensory pathways in canines, in order to create long-term results without the use of pharmaceuticals.

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“Helping an aggressive dog become more confident by teaching him to see a perceived threat or potential loss of a valued resource in a different light is the key to successfully changing the behavior. For some dogs this can be achieved in a relatively short period of time, but others require more time; each dog learns at a different pace. Positive reinforcement is the most effective philosophy to use in these cases, because positive methods have a lasting impact, even on the red zone dogs.”

-Victoria Stilwell, author, Train Your Dog Positively

“Our Chihuahua has PTSD from before she came to live with us. I ordered this as well as the separation anxiety one. Both work within minutes to calm her down.

Cindy Yametz, Sacramento, CA

“I own a doggie daycare in Anchorage, Alaska. We average almost one hundred dogs in our facility each day. They are separated into seven classrooms, each room having approximately 12-14 dogs. We have been using the Through A Dog’s Ear series since 2007 and find that they are a key component to keeping our clients active, yet calm in a safe environment. We hear from our clients and the public who walk into our lobby that it sounds like a spa. They cannot believe we have so many dogs in our care given how quiet it is, and our facility has no sound proofing.

Kari Campbell, Anchorage, AK

“When I put the music on, all three of our Labs come into my craft room, find a favorite spot and almost immediately go to sleep….I sometimes play them when a storm is approaching, as we live in Florida and get tropical storms and afternoon storms during hurricane season. They really soothe all of the dogs and the music is enjoyable to me.

Marianne White, Oakland, FL

“The music that I hear is not only calming to animals, but it is also calming to children and adults. It can help anyone or any animal get a good nights sleep. Just listening to it is very calming. You can’t go wrong.”

Emily Boliver, Asheville, NC

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iCalmPet takes great pride in the music we distribute. If a recording does not meet your expectation we will gladly refund your money or replace it for you. See Customer Service for further details.

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Why Music for Pets?

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Joshua Leeds, Sound Researcher

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

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