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Stressed pets get a bit of music therapy at the Vets.

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Pets who suffer from anxiety & stress are feeling the beat of the music in order to conquer their nerves.  White Cross Vets will be introducing a range of canine & cat headphones to help keep animals calm whilst visiting the vets.

The group, which has 12 practices, will introduce this new technology later on this year.
Clinical director Craig Harrison, who is based in Guiseley, said: “Pets often become stressed in strange or unfamiliar environments.  The music being played to the dogs has been designed following pioneering research into how the canine nervous system responds to sound and the music is twice as effective as conventional classical selections in reducing canine anxiety behaviours.

The music which the cats & dogs will be listening to has been especially composed to reduce stress and allow the pet to feel relaxed and at ease.

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