The bond between humans and their dogs is one of a kind, filled with unconditional love, licks, cuddles, and snuggles. Other than pure enjoyment, it’s difficult to put into words the emotion these animals generate in us. So it’s only natural that we want to make them happy, and many pet owners believe that music may help them accomplish just that.
The good news is that you can easily create a Spotify playlist that you and your pet might enjoy together.
The Pet Playlist provides a list of songs that you and your pet may appreciate based on musicology research and a pet-focused poll done by Spotify. The songs on the playlist are chosen based on the type of pet you have and their personality.
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Here’s how to make a Spotify Pet Playlist. You can create this playlist on your computer or phone.
1. Open a web browser and navigate to Spotify’s Pet Playlist homepage, then click Let’s Go. You’ll be prompted to sign in to your Spotify account if you haven’t already.
2. Select the type of pet you have, then click Next. You can have a dog, cat, hamster, iguana, or bird as your pet.
3. Describe your pet’s personality using the sliders. You must choose between being Shy or Friendly, Relaxed or Energetic, and Apathetic or Curious.
4. Finally, enter your pet’s name. You can also upload a photo of them if you’d like.
5. Spotify will construct your playlist in a few moments. When it’s finished, click “Listen Now” to begin playing it. You can also share a preview of your playlist on social media by clicking the Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram logos.
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Pet owners frequently ask whether music can soothe pets in the same manner that it can relax people. The answer is a definitive yes.
Certain types of music have been shown to help pets with noise phobias, anxiety, and separation anxiety.
Besides music, pets also like to hear lots of other sounds! Their owner’s voice is one of their favorite sounds in the world and they also love all the sounds that signal preparation for a walk.
The noise of squeaky toys, ticking clocks, familiar cars, and bird sounds are also sounds dogs like. Most pets, including dogs and cats, sound white noise calming.