Music to Comfort Your Elderly Canine, Vol. 1 (CD)

Music to Comfort Your Elderly Canine
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Music to Comfort Your Elderly Canine builds on the clinically tested Calm Your Canine Companion series. With the addition of highly specific frequency modulation geared towards a senior dog’s sensitive nervous system, Elderly Canine is the only therapeutic sound program designed for mature dogs.

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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.

When and How to Use this CD

Most younger dogs are delightfully stimulated by exposure to new sounds, sights, smells, and visitors. They are highly adaptable. As dogs mature, however, they are quicker to go into sensory overload. Older dogs lose the ability to process rapid sensory input, and this may result in multiple behavioral changes.

Music to Comfort your Elderly Canine is helpful in relieving separation anxiety, sound phobias, and anxiety issues, as is our Calm your Canine series. However, we recommend Elderly Canine during the following older dog behaviors and treatments:

  • 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

We suggest you initially play Elderly Canine a few times when your dog is already calm, even when sleeping. This allows your canine to associate this music with a positive state of being. After playing 3-4 times, use when your BFF exhibits older dog syndromes.

Performed by award-winning concert pianist, Lisa Spector.
Produced by Joshua Leeds.

CD, 1 hour, 10-page booklet
Published by BioAcoustic Research & Development

30-Day-Money-Back-Guarantee-transThroughADogsEar.com 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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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 6 x 6 x 1 in

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    5 out of 5 The music really helps

    It helps a lot! This is my babe Onyx. I adopted her when she was nearly 12 and had nowhere to go after her owner became very ill. I love her deeply but she has trust issues, which saddens me as she won’t let me pick her up to snuggle. She likes to be stroked but can easily become nervous and bite… I have a few scars! But I know fear makes her do this. Your music makes her feel calmer, so I can see myself holding her sometime down the line. She also has trouble falling asleep, something I’ve been told is quite common with older dogs who may feel a little lost or insecure at times, but with the music she settles down quite fast. She’s sleeping at my feet now looking like a little angel as the music plays :)

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    • Music to Comfort Your Elderly Canine, Vol. 1 (CD)

      From someone with a senior dog who listens to Comfort Your Elderly Canine frequently, this warms my heart. And all the way from Peru. Fabulous! Sending calm… Lisa

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