Researchers played a variety of music for dogs in a rehousing center and then evaluated their behavioral changes (file photo)

Is your dog afraid of fireworks? Upload the reggae! Pets are happiest when they listen to Bob Marley and UB40 & # 39;

  • Dog owners worried about their pets at Bonfire Night should play reggae music
  • The academic from the University of Glasgow played different music for dogs at the rehousing center
  • They found themselves happier when listening to clues from Bob Marley and UB40.

Mail in Sunday Reporter

Owners of dogs worried about their pets in the run-up to Bonfire Night should play reggae music to keep them quiet, according to a recent study.

The researchers played a variety of music for dogs at a relocation center and then evaluated their behavioral changes.

The stray dogs turned out to be the happiest when listening to clues from Bob Marley and UB40.

Researchers played a variety of music for dogs in a rehousing center and then evaluated their behavioral changes (file photo)

Researchers played a variety of music for dogs in a rehousing center and then evaluated their behavioral changes (file photo)

Another tip for owners before November 5 is to build a pet hide and hug them.

Professor Neil Evans, of the University of Glasgow, said that the "most positive behavioral changes" occurred when playing reggae and soft rock.

Another tip for owners before November 5 is to build a pet studio and hug them (file photo)

Another tip for owners before November 5 is to build a pet studio and hug them (file photo)

Another tip for owners before November 5 is to build a pet studio and hug them (file photo)

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