how to keep them calm with these two musical genres

It’s not a secret, really. Dogs love car rides or get nervous in the car. My dog loved car rides, but he was never a type of dog to stick his head out of a window unless asked to do so. If your dog is the complete opposite of my sweet boy Jack, then listen up because we have some advice for you! Is it candy? Is it air conditioning? His favorite toy? Nope! How about some melodies!

There were some studies recently done in London that showed the best and worst types of music and playlists to play in the car if your dog seems to be anxious.

What genres of music are best for calming dogs in the car? We’ll see!

We all know that dogs have heightened senses; whatever us think that humans they’re good, it seems like dogs are almost a million times better. That is especially true when it comes to hearing as well as smelling. But since smell has nothing to do with playing music during a car ride to help calm them down, let’s take a look at your hearing vs. different types of music to play!

According to a study from the University of Glasgow, soft rock and reggae seemed to be a dog’s two favorite genres of music: both good but also both. very different in many ways. Reggae is often “associated with sunshine and relaxation,” so perhaps that kind of peaceful tone is what gets the dogs in the mood for a good old-fashioned road trip.

now the music Really stress a dog? According to a OnePoll survey, the answer is a resounding yes. From this survey it was super surprising that only 28% of respondents actually thought it was possible for music to bother a dog. This survey also created a song list No to play in the car while traveling with your dog:

  • ACDC’s “Back in Black”
  • “Enter Sandman” by Metallica
  • “Ace of Spades” by Motorhead

These first three No Car songs have one thing in common: they have the ability, through their unique sounds and higher pitches at times, to arouse a dog’s curiosity, so they also have the ability to make them anxious and nervous. .

From this same study, it was very sweet to discover and conclude that about 81 percent of dog owners would actually change their music habits in the car to make sure their pups are comfortable and feel safe riding in cars with to them!

This is what everyone has been waiting for… the top 10 relaxing songs for your dogs in the car:

  • “How Deep Is Your Love” by The Bee Gees
  • “No Woman No Cry” by Bob Marley
  • “(Everything I do) I’ll do for you” by Bryan Adams
  • “I want to know what love is” by Foreigner
  • “The Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd
  • “One in 10” by UB40
  • Hounds of Love by Kate Bush
  • “Desperado” by Las Águilas
  • “Many Rivers to Cross” by Jimmy Cliff
  • “Love is King” by Sade

That’s a roundup of the songs and music genres that are the most relaxing for dogs in the car!

Will your Will you play any of these songs the next time your dog travels with you? What songs or genres seem to calm its furry friends in the car? Let’s talk and as always… Wow, Wow!

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