Thomas Ramey Watson

Music as therapy for dogs and ourselves

In a fascinating animal therapy article, Dr.

Susan Wagner writes:
Researching and co-writing Through A Dog’s Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health & Behavior of Your Canine Companion was a true gift.

I now underst and the benefit of

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althy sonic environment for my patients and pets.

The most exciting piece of this work, however, was the revelation that psychoacoustically arranged music is a tool that helps both humans and animals.

The story of George and Gracie illustrates how music can help canines and their guardians through difficult times.

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