Positively motivate your dog through sound stimulation
Why sound stimulation?
Dog's brains are hard-wired to orient to certain types of sounds. That's why high-pitched and intermittent sounds are especially good at grabbing your dog's attention. These brain connections help wild canines, like wolves, find distant or small prey by noticing sounds in their environment.
Some fearful dogs that are afraid of noises, don't like noisy toys, but most dogs do.
If your dog is sound stimulated, you've probably already noticed that he likes squeakers and clickers. Many dogs seem to enjoy their ability to make the sounds themselves by biting down on the toy.
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