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Dogs

Dog Calming Music

Music Speakers for Dogs

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Cats

Cat Calming Music

Music Speakers for Cats

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People Calming Music

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The Music

Through a Dog’s/Cat’s Ear

Why Music for Pets?

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How Our Music Works

Psychoacoustics

Research

Take a Sonic Inventory of Your Sound Environment

Company

Joshua Leeds, Sound Researcher

Bioacoustic Research

The Musicians

Shelter Program

Wholesale

iCalmPet Blog

All We Need is Love, Connection, and a Calm Dog

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

Keeping Your Dog Occupied at Home During Quarantine

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Common FAQs

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Mail:
iCalmPet
1467 Siskiyou Blvd, #30
Ashland, OR 97520 USA

Phone:
9:00am – 12:00pm PST, M-F
(800) 788-0949 (USA only)
(541) 482-2134
Fax: (541) 488-7796

Connect with Us

Specialty Solutions

iCalmPet music for Separation Anxiety, Aggression, In the Car, Thunderstorms, Fireworks, City Sounds and Noise Phobias

Beautiful and Effective Music that Soothes Anxiety 

Sometimes it’s not easy for pets in human surroundings.

iCalmPet music creates calm environments to help your pets settle.

Dogs

The Canine Noise Phobia series (CNP) is an innovative desensitization training tool that combines three distinctive elements for the treatment and prevention of sound-sensitivities and noise-phobias:

  • Progressive sound effects, distant & close
  • Specially-designed psychoacoustic music by Through a Dog’s Ear
  • Reward-based reinforcement protocols in collaboration with Victoria Stilwell of Positively.com

CNP can be used in two distinctive ways:

Habituation: To help prevent your puppy or dog from developing fears or phobias to fireworks, thunderstorms, and city sounds.

Desensitization: To help your dog overcome an already-established fear or phobia of fireworks, thunderstorms, and city sounds.

Training protocols for CNP has been created by Victoria Stilwell, star of Animal Planet’s It’s Me or the Dog, and author of Train Your Dog Positively.

Give Them Zen so They Can Give You Love

Cats

Cats

Noise Phobias

Noise Phobias is the only therapeutic sound program designed specifically for acclimating kittens and cats to the human environment. It’s sonic inoculation for cats, designed to help the ones who are fearful of common sounds. In Noise Phobias, everyday household and outside sounds are intermixed with beautiful and slow classical music, entraining calm with every day noise. This kind of auditory training helps prevent, and re-pattern, noise phobias in cats or sensitivities in younger ones. By repeated listening, your cat will come to associate sounds of life in the human world with the calmness of your home.

Stimulation

Stimulation uses music to fill their sensory quota and arouse the nervous system. From soft and slow to fun and fast, these soundtracks provide a high-frequency diet, adjusted to a cat’s ability to hear three times higher than humans. Instrumentation of these re-arranged classical tunes include piano, flute, and cello. Stimulation brings play to the cat household… a vitally important element for all domesticated cats.

“Our Chihuahua has PTSD from before she came to live with us. I ordered Calm Your Canine and Separation Anxiety. Both work within minutes to calm her down.”

Cindy Yametz, Sacramento, CA

“I own a doggie daycare. We average almost 100 dogs in our facility each day. They’re separated into 7 classrooms, each room having 12-14 dogs. We’ve been using the Through a Dog’s Ear series since 2008 and find they are a key component for 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 3 of our Labs come into my craft room, find a favorite spot and almost immediately go to sleep. I sometimes play the music when a storm is approaching, as we live in Florida and get tropical storms during hurricane season. This really soothes all of the dogs and the music is enjoyable to me, too.”

Marianne White, Oakland, FL

“Yesterday I was watching my dog that I have only had for a few months. She is 3 and every once in a while she does some strange head movements and I am thinking she might be getting headaches. When doing some research, I read about Through a Dog’s Ear music. I downloaded one song and started playing it. She seems to be in a relaxed trance, LOL.”

Julie Mills, Chicago, IL

Here’s the science behind Through a Dog’s Ear music

the science of calming dog music

Simple Sound

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.

the science of calming dog music entrainment

Entrainment

Entrainment is the process where internal pulses match external periodic rhythms. This is easily observed in humans tapping their toes and moving their heads. While pets don’t tap and dance to external rhythms, their heart rate, brain waves, and breath is slowed and relaxed when exposed to specially-designed music.

the research behind puppy calming music

Proven Research

In a 2004 study comparing Through a Dog’s Ear music to unaltered classical music, results showed 70% of anxiety behaviors were reduced with psychoacoustically designed music. Solo instruments, slower tempos, and less complex arrangements had a greater calming effect than faster, more complex content.

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