The best music to stimulate your dog

 In bravery philosophy, cats, dogs, responsible possession

As you all know, we will continue to be quarantined for a few more days due to the Covid-19. For this reason, from Bravery, we want to continue trying to make this period a little easier for you. In this post, we will talk about something that we thought was a very good idea: listening to music with your furry friend. This activity is perfect to enjoy at home, and you will also make your companion more relaxed, especially if it is a dog that is usually nervous.

A great way to do this activity is to lay your four-legged friend down in a wide spot while you sit or lie down next to them. Then play the music of your choice while you caress them. This way, we will get them to enter a very pleasant state of relaxation.

 

 

But … what music to play for our furry friends? Obviously you can choose the one you like but we will give you several very interesting options. As a first one, we have natural sounds such as wolf howls, whale songs or just a forest at night. They all touch the most natural part of our pet friends. #BackToOrigins. On the website Animal sounds, you have many of this kind, perfect to find the one you like best in the easiest and fastest way possible.

Another very good option is the Spotify initiative that you can find by clicking here. This app creates playlists for pet friends of many species, such as dogs, cats, birds, reptiles or hamsters. In addition, to customize it, you are asked a few questions about the personality and behaviour of your furry friend so that he adapts perfectly to them. You can even add a photo and your friend’s name to their personified playlist! And, as always on this platform, you can share your playlist with other friends with pets.

 

 

We hope that you are encouraged to try it out with your furry friends and spend as much quality time as possible with them. We also would like to remind you that you should only leave home for what is essential. When you leave home for a walk with your four-legged friend, please take care and be responsible.

 

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