Truth be told, I am a late night owl and Sanchez and Gina aren’t. They usually go to sleep hours before me. By the time I retire, I listen to Through a Dog’s Ear music to help me fall asleep, not them.
However, our nightly ritual involves me playing the piano last thing every night, just before I go up to bed. While they have a choice of several dog beds, they always choose to sleep on their beds under the piano when I am playing music from the Through a Dog’s Ear 7-CD series.
I hope you enjoy a segment of our nightly ritual. The music is one of my personal favorites from our Calm your Canine series; Schumann’s “Kind im Einschlummern”ť from Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood). While the German really translates to “Child Falling Asleep,”ť I’d like to title it “Hunde im Einschlummern” (Dogs Falling Asleep).
Do you have a nightly ritual with your pets? If you haven’t slumbered off into all zzzzzzzz’s watching the video, thanks for sharing your ritual in a comment below.
Delivering Calm, four paws at a time…
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