Elderly Canine Sound Card for iCalmDog

iCalmDog is the portable solution to canine anxiety… anywhere! Elderly Canine for iCalmDog includes three hours of calming classical piano music specially designed to comfort your beloved dog in his senior years. With the addition of highly specific frequency modulation, Elderly Canine is geared towards your senior dog’s hearing sensitivity and is the only therapeutic sound program designed for mature dogs.

Includes Micro sound card for iCalmDog with three hours of music, laminated content card, and instruction booklet with behavior tips. 

Elderly Canine Micro sound card works with the following iCalmDog models:
2.0, 2.0a, 2.0b, 3.0


Price: $39.95




Why Music for Senior Dogs?

Elderly Canine builds on the clinically demonstrated and well-loved Calm Your Canine music that comes with your iCalmDog. By reducing or boosting the dosage of specific nutrients of sound, we’ve made assimilation easier for an already stressed, or weakened elderly canine nervous system. The net effect of these pyschoacoustically designed soundtracks is that your senior dog will be calmer and happier.

We have loved our dogs through all stages of their lives. Now that he/she is in winter years, a different comfort approach is appropriate. An older dog’s nervous system is tuned differently than it was in earlier years. Using leading edge therapeutic principles, Through a Dog’s Ear surrounds your canine household with beautifully effective music & sound.

Elderly Canine is helpful in relieving separation anxiety, sound phobias, and anxiety issues, as is our Calm your Canine music.  Additionally, we recommend Elderly Canine for other older dog behaviors and treatments.

Elderly Canine may be used for the following:

  • Wandering
  • Onset of unwelcome new behaviors
  • Staring at walls
  • Sleeplessness at night
  • Pain management
  • Non-responsiveness to cues once known
  • Veterinary care
  • New visitors in household
  • Pre- and post-surgery
  • Restlessness

You will also find it helpful during the following mobile scenarios:

  • Overnight visits at the vet
  • In the X-ray room
  • Dog sitter’s
  • Groomers
  • Canine massage
  • Canine chiropractor
  • Canine physical therapy
  • While resting outdoors
  • Situations when you have to leave him









Additional information

Weight 4 oz

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