A growing body of evidence suggests that classical music can help calm your family dog. (Heavy metal, not surprisingly, makes them more agitated.) Joining us is Joshua Leeds, the co-creator of a new book and accompanying CD called "Through a Dog’s Ear," which prescribes Chopin and Schubert to soothe your pooch. Also with us is Peter Borchelt, PhD, an animal behaviorist based in New York.
Weigh in: Do you find music effective at calming your pet?
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