In New York City, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), has been giving tours to people to show that doggos respond well to certain types of music. However, they do not react the same when heavy metal is being played.
– Music really helps soothe dogs.
– The ASPCA in New York City uses music to calm doggos before they arrive at shelters.
– The usual types of music being played include…
According to one of the visitors, who is also a local columnist, Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms are the types of music being played to doggos in their rescue trucks whenever they are being moved to the shelter. Because of these music being played, they arrive at the shelter relaxed. That way, the handlers will have an easier time taking care of these abandoned, neglected, and surrendered doggos.
The local columnist also trains doggos and she said that some dogs can tolerate country and Bluegrass music but never heavy metal. Whenever such type of music is being played, doggos bark frantically and some would even run around.
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