Why should we prevent the infinite positive effects of music from reaching our furry child? That would be bad, wouldn't it? Let's discover the best music which can be presented to our furry for his mental and physical well-being.
Research has shown that music intended for animals should normally be written with their speedier heart rates and vocalization frequency ranges in mind. It has even been found that animals prefer to listen to music that is produced in their frequency range and tempo to music that was developed by humans.
The finest types of music for pets are soft and rock music because they resonate with their heart frequencies.
Canines respond to classical music the best; when listening to it, the dogs slept more and vocalized less than when they were listening to other types of music or no music at all. Dogs even respond well to reggae.
The music composed by Bob Marley, could even be on their top ten.
Cats, being the most independent and demanding, prefer to listen to the music that is composed just for them, music that is fast and matches their energy level, impulsive and thrilling. Researchers have found that playing music, specifically designed, can help calm their nerves while going through the stressful veterinary visit.
Music may readily improve an animal's environment, and it appears that the new period will be one of history and tradition, establishing their newness while maintaining their enduring authenticity.