We all know that music has the power to completely change our mind over time, if you listen to one of your old favorite song then you are most likely to travel back in your old time & get lost in those beautiful moments. Music has something really special that touches our heart. However, different musical genre creates a different state in our mind. If you listen to classical music then it can make you feel good & less stressed, on the other hand if you listen to grunge music then there is a chance that it will make feel serious & hard deep inside. Now the main thing is not you but also your dog has different musical tastes.
Today it is confirmed that music also have the power to influence dog’s behavior & it is confirmed by the research of the Scottish SPCA & also the College of Glasgow. Also the well-known pet specialist Professor Neil Evans now noticed & mentioned that dogs react differently in different music, especially when the rock & metal song were played they reacted pretty aggressively. A very famous Irish psychologist Deborah Wells from Queens University also made an experiment on dogs & the result was amazing also mentioned that, each pet dog had his own musical taste. Also Professor Evans once noticed the same thing.
Also some scientists once played some common songs to see how they react. After the experiment they also confirmed that those dogs reacted differently in physically and there were some changes in their behavior. During the experiment, they started to monitor dogs behavior by playing some common music like Britney Spears, Bob Marley and Robert William) when these songs were don they played some of Metallica’s heavy hard music & later symphonic music. When the experiment was completely done, they noticed that those dogs were calm & normal when the common music were playing but the behavior changed when the metal songs were started. During the metal songs those dogs were upset & started barking. After when the symphonic songs had put a soothing impact on those dogs, when it was continuously playing their barking level were decreased.
Robert William was born in Auckland, New Zealand who is a former author of Pets Health Blog.
He has a great experience in blogging for more than three years. Robert is a regular author & member of this Blog who is studying Veterinary Science at Massey University