You know that your dog's hearing is very sensitive, but did you know that you could create an environment of sound to improve the health and well-being of your canine companion? Now, psychoacoustic expert Joshua Leeds and veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner show you how with Through a Dog's Ear.
Using the latest science on how dogs hear and react to sound, Leeds and Wagner bring you a treasury of practical tools for enhancing the lives of our best friendsincluding music demonstrated in clinical trials to calm 70 percent of dogs in kennels and 85 percent in households.
Join these two innovators for fresh insights on the inner auditory life of your dog, featuring:
How to use sound as a tool to help alleviate separation anxiety, excitement with visitors, thunderstorm panic, and other behavior challenges
• For nervous dogstips and tricks for making any house or apartment more comfortable for canines
• Keys to understanding how our dogs hear the human worldincluding orienting responses, sensory confusion, and over- and under-stimulation
• 45 minutes of classical music psychoacoustically designed to soothe and calm dogsand their human companions
FEATURED CUSTOMER REVIEW:
"I did play the tracks for Ruben and it calmed him considerably! The book Through A Dog's Ear is fascinating, and the CD truly lives up to my expectation and more! I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to the music, and am amazed that it has had a phenomenally calming effect on our four-legged family member and puggle, Ruben. Ruben is an energetic fellow with many interests that now include classical music!"
Sounds True's book and music series Through a Dog's Ear was featured in a segment on The Early Show on CBS.
|Publisher:||Sounds True, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.16(w) x 8.35(h) x 0.72(d)|
About the Author
Joshua Leeds is a sound researcher, music producer, and educator. He is one of few published authorities in the emerging field of psychoacoustics (the study of the effect of music and sound on the human nervous system) and bioacoustics (how human sound affects other living beings). He is the author of The Power of Sound, Sonic Alchemy, and Through A Dog's Ear. His application-specific soundtracks are used in homes, clinics, and classrooms around the world. He presents seminars internationally and is a faculty member of the California Institute of Integral Studies, located in San Francisco.
Susan Wagner, DVM, MS, of Columbus, Ohio, is a respected veterinary neurologist and a pioneer in the area of human–animal bond.She is an active public speaker and adjunct faculty at the Ohio State University College.
Lisa Spector is a graduate of The Juilliard School. She has won first prizes in prestigious national piano competitions, and performs concert tours internationally. A lifetime dog-lover involved in agility training and competition, she has served as a volunteer puppy raiser for Guide Dogs for the Blind.