Calm Stress Behaviours
Animals use sound as a natural tool to self-regulate their behaviour.
Research by Pet Acoustics Inc, found by modifying sound frequencies with music specific to each pet specie's hearing sensitivity, did trigger a change in animal behaviour to minimise stress, to feel safe and relax within their immediate surroundings.
Our pets are constantly alert to sounds. They analyse volume and tone as a way to determine a appropriate behavioural response... either to Flee, Fight or as we would prefer, stay Calm.
Pet Acoustics produced specially contoured music specific for Dogs, Cats, Horses, pet Birds hearing sensitivity.
The music known as Pet Tunes, masks ultra high and sub low alert frequencies that pets can hear, into a comfortable listening zone for them to maintain a calm, relaxed, fear-free behavioural state.
Often, what our pets can hear is overlooked as a cause of animal stress.
Pet Species Hearing Sensitivity
The science behind Pet Tunes is a special process in which frequencies and decibel levels are digitally modified each pet specie’s hearing sensitivity. Our pets acute hearing measures up to 3 times more sensitive compared the human audible range.
Meaning our pet's ears register ultra high and sub low frequencies, we humans can't hear. May be you've noticed dogs or cats suddenly become reactive to a distant noise, like an approaching thunderstorm well in advance of you realising a storm is approaching.
Pet Tunes: Species Specific Music Cube
Pet Tunes Music cubes are colour coded, Dogs (Cobolt Blue), Cats (Citron Green), Birds (Silver Grey) Horses (Black) for easy identification of the species’ music. Music composed for each pet specie is different music. It comes preloaded on a durable speaker device ready to play anywhere, at hone or wherever you take your pet.
Small in size, durable metal construction, suitable for travel with long battery play time.
Janet Marlow: Pioneer of Species-Specific Music for Pets Well-Being
Janet Marlow, M.A., is the CEO of Pet Acoustics Inc. and a Sound Behaviourist who pioneered the science of species-specific music in 1997. Janet’s research into pets’ hearing sensitivity and how sound and music affect animal behaviour has contributed significantly to the welfare of animals around the world. As a leading voice in the Science of Animal Behaviour and Sound, Janet has undergone peer review and recognition of her clinical studies in veterinary science publications. These studies show the effectiveness of species-specific music in promoting behavioural balance and well-being in pet animals.
Besides her research, Janet Marlow is also an accomplished author, speaker, and consultant who works with organisations and veterinary practices to promote a greater understanding of this new field of animal sound behaviour.