How to Calm A Dog

Dear Dog Lover,

Have you ever felt any of these things:

  • There is something wrong with my dog, (s)he’s so hyper all the time.
  • I feel guilty for putting my dog in their crate so much, sometimes I just can’t handle them.
  • I wonder if there’s drugs my vet can give me to help calm my dog down.
  • Sometimes I think it was a mistake buying my dog, I’m not able to cope with them.

Hi, this is Steven Aitchison

I have to be very honest and say I have felt all of the things above, but as dog lovers we all know we wouldn’t swap our qute labradoodle dogs for the world.

I have to tell you straight away that I am not a dog expert and will never claim to be. However I am a dog owner and dog lover. The beautiful dog you see in the images above is of Kara, my 16 month old Golden Retriever.

I am a personal development writer and creator of many personal development products and spend a lot of time with Kara.

Kara is very much part of the family, only she’s a bit too much to handle at times, and sometimes it can become too much for the family to constantly deal with her jumping, her playful biting and general hyperactivity. Yep, she is still a pup and will take a few years until she calms down a bit, but that doesn’t help us just now, as she can now jump the height of my two 6ft+ sons.

She has her walks twice per day, 6am and 4pm (guess who’s got the 6am run!) and she gets plenty of exercise, yet you’d think she’d been drinking a few dozen cans of red bull with the amount of energy she has.

We’ve trained her, socialised her with other dogs, gone to the dog training classes and pay her lots of attention, but still she’s just, well, ‘mental’ is what my two sons call her.

To keep an eye on her I try and get her to lye on my desk whilst I write or create products. She used to be fine and could lie for around 10 minutes at a time before getting restless, but nowadays she just can’t lie at peace.

That was until June 21st 2012.

I started playing an mp3 file I had created for my new product. The product is called IsoMind – IsoChronic Tones to help others entrain their brainwaves to help them relax. As I was playing the file I noticed Kara had stopped all that tail chasing and was looking for the source of the sounds she was hearing.

10 Minutes later she was lying down and started dozing.

I thought nothing of this and just put it down to one of her ‘good days’.

A few days later the same thing happened again, she was chasing her tail, round and round, I played the mp3 file to edit it some more. She looked again for the source of these strange noises and within 5 minutes she was lying down and after another 9 minutes she fell asleep.

A few more sessions later and I was convinced that the Isochronic tones file I was playing was helping to calm her down.

Could it benefit other dogs or was it just coincidence?

I gave the file to some of my friends who also had dogs and they reported the same thing, their dogs would either fall asleep or calm down and settle after listening to the mp3 file. Word soon spread and I was being asked for the ‘Miracle file’ from other dog owners whose dogs were a little high energy.


Brace yourself, here comes the science bit…

Isochronic tones are a very effective audio-based method of stimulating the human or dog brain. You may have heard of another method called binaural beats. Both of these methods are examples of a complex neurological process known as brainwave entrainment, which enables the use of audio or visual stimuli to affect the brain and help people with a variety of problems. However I have discovered the same Isochronic tones can help dogs as we have similar brainwave patterns.

At its simplest level, an isochronic tone is just a tone that is being turned on and off rapidly. They create sharp, distinctive pulses of sound, as seen in the pattern below:

The volume or intensity of the sound goes almost directly from 0 to 100 and back again in an evenly-spaced manner. This leaves a stronger impression on the brain, compared to binaural beats or other methods that use wave-like pulses.

Additionally, isochronic tones differ from binaural beats in that they use a single tone, not two. The pulses that affect the brain are created manually by the software, so only a single tone is needed. This has several advantages. Headphones are no longer needed, which is great as it would be pretty weird putting a pair of headphones on your dog.

Isochronic tones are in no way harmful to your dog and cannot damage it’s hearing, or brain in any way. They have been tested on humans for years with no side effects (I wonder if dogs have a Human Rights Movement!).



Immediately after purchase you will receive a 1 hour long MP3 file that you can begin to use immediately to help calm your dog down.

You will also receive a guide on how to use the mp3 file and how you can use various media devices to play it on.









Q: Will my dog be harmed in any way?

A: The downloadable MP3 file that we give you will help to alter the brainwaves of your dog. Your dog changes it’s brainwave patterns all day every day. The How to Calm A Dog File will only help to stabilise it’s brainwave pattern so your dog is calmer, more relaxed, less anxious and less nervous. It is a bit like meditation for humans, and is in no way harmful to your dog.

Q: How do I play the file to my dog?

A: You can download the MP3 to all mp3 players (speakers will be required), burn it to disk, and play it on your computer, which means there will be lots of ways to play the MP3 file to let your dog listen to it. There is no need for headphones as we have specially designed this to be played anywhere, but speakers will be required. If you are playing through an MP3 player of any kind, plug in your speaker set to let your dog listen to the file.

Q: Will I be affected by this MP3 file?

A: As human brainwaves are very similar to your dogs brainwaves, you will also be affected by this file if you listen to it. All it will do is to help you to relax and be in a more peaceful frame of mind. It should not be played whilst driving, cooking or operating heavy machinery.

Q: What if it doesn’t work on my dog?

A: If it doesn’t work with your dog, just send us an email and ask for a refund and we will issue a refund within 24 hours.

Q: If this file lasts a lifetime, why are you charging such a small amount for this?

A: We were originally going to charge $79 for this program due to the lifetime value, however not every dog owner can afford this much, and we want to help as many dog owners as possible. The price may rise in the future so it’s better to take advantage of it’s current price.

Q: What if I have questions about this program?

A: If you have any questions at all please write to us by using the contact Us box below, and we will answer your questions within 24 hours.