We are thrilled that the latest issue of the journal Applied Animal Behaviour Science and has recently published a study showing that the human voice is the most soothing sound to a dog!

Compared to classical music, pop music, no sound played to them and even music designed specially for dogs the audio books of the human voice encouraged the most calm behaviours.

University lecturer Dr Tamara Montrose who led the research feels that the research has highlighted a possible benefit of using the audio of the human voice can be of assistance to dogs in rescue centres, reducing stress and that way assisting with the rehoming process.
Well Tamara, we agree :-).

If you would like to check out the practitioner course, on which you will learn Professional Canine Hypnotherapy techniques, the importance of understanding dog behaviour motivation and emotions within the practice – and whats makes it successful long term.

Read the full Research story on the universities website : Hartbury Research

image of Little Dog thanks to nomadic-brands photography