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June 25, 2010
8 Tips for keeping your dogs calm and safe during Fireworks
July 4th is one of the most stressful days of the year for dogs in the United States. From exercise, to kongs, to music.... click here to learn how to keep your dogs calm and safe during fireworks season. Click here to read how Halle made it through her first 4th of July ever without drugs because of Through a Dog's Ear music. Prior sounds of fireworks had her jumping out of windows!

Please note: When placing your order from, orders placed by Monday, June 28 will be delivered by Saturday, July 3.

It's take your dog to work day today - June 25th!
I am in Colorado, celebrating the 25th anniversary of our wonderful publisher, Sounds True. I look forward to posting videos and photos on Facebook of their fun and exemplary dog-friendly office environment. Sounds True donated 2,500 CD's to adopters of shelter and rescue dogs. Here's what their press room says about the impact of Through a Dog's Ear music on shelter and rescue dogs.

Capture a video or photo of dogs in your work environment, share it on our Facebook page by June 30th, and you could win a complete 4-Pak of Through a Dog's Ear CD's. Winners to be announced on Facebook July 1.

Music for dogs and everyone who loves 'em

While the Through a Dog's Ear music library of four CD's is now played around the world and our fan base is growing, our mission stays the same:

1)      To help improve the lives of dogs worldwide

2)      To educate people on how the human soundscape affects canines

      3)      To provide dogs and their people with beautiful psychoacoustically-designed              music that creates a healthy sound environment

Musically yours,
Lisa Spector
Co-Creator, Through a Dog's Ear

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