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Through A Dog’s Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health

Through A Dog’s Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health
& Behavior of Your Canine Companion

Written by Joshua Leeds and Susan Wagner DVM, MA.
Published 2008, Sounds True.
161 pages. Includes 45 minute CD.
ISBN 1-59179-811-6. $18.95

You know that your dog’s hearing is very sensitive — so how do you create an environment of sound that suits your canine companion’s specific needs? Now psychoacoustic expert Joshua Leeds and veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner provide the answer with Through a Dog’s Ear: simple sound-based solutions to help your dog live a longer, happier, and healthier life. Using the latest science on how dogs hear and react to sound, Leeds and Wagner provide a treasury of fresh insight on the inner life of our best friends, including:

  • Sound ideas for nervous dogs: tips and tricks for making any house or apartment more comfortable for canines
  • How sensitive is your dog? Understanding how canines perceive sound
  • Turning sound into a tool to overcome separation anxiety, food aggression, thunderstorm panic, and other behavior challenges
  • 40-minute CD of music psychoacoustically designed for dogs

For any reader who has wondered what’s really happening when their dog perks up his ears and cocks his head — or when he hides in the closet — Through a Dog’s Ear is an indispensable source of cutting-edge research, heartwarming stories, and practical advice. Leeds and Wagner pave the way for using sound to provide relief for Rottweilers, comfort for collies, and serenity for spaniels everywhere.


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