Woman plays classical music for shelter dogs

Meet the classically trained musician who's playing her cello at the local animal shelter exclusively for a crowd of canines. ABC News' Will Ganss has the story.
2:18 | 04/17/19

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You could say she's the next Johann Sebastian bark or perhaps months art because when this classical cellist shows up in concert and our audience is excited to see her share while her for pops at a local animal shelter in Nebraska. On the nutrition. And I heard that. Music can homes. Girls concert encouraging her canine crowd to grab a quick cat about to have playing in the cosmopolitan artist went to sleep would be insulting but for me that insight. Cheryl hitting the right notes for veterinarians to. There are some studies have shown now playing music in and specifically classical music can actually come down animals and lower restaurants response to. So an environment like L officials or arrested. And of those studies from the University of Glasgow. Proving that classical music lowers cortisol levels in hyped up pounds. And shelter volunteers can vouch for that it seems to be helping them but today you know there are half asleep in the kennels. Cheryl hoping that her passion might inspires another month London performed. So fast asleep her mouth. For these shelter pets Jerrells doing. June. Obviously not all of us can play classical music on the cello but if your crafting you can meet batting her toys from. Old clothes or point gets or peer into photography. When your skills to a shelter a good photo can help an animal get adopted much quicker or if you and your kids just wanna go read to shelter pads. The soothing voice can work wondered all really good ideas I would never think about. Bill is ways to help a shelter totally of grandma's like really good admitting herself or whatever giver an old pair of your jeans and now works really well offered to Torre you know I. I know I'm rough reviews for me on this her performance is great. And what she's doing it's just incredible and add to help those animals and I obviously as he's mentioned. For animals and that sort of conditioning can be rough for them out that and I said did not mean to find out what it. Every Selig with with baby is in music classes that's great for them so it is interesting to see the whole works. Animals. We were invited to get hurt here. Yeah we get some soothing music for this listen mannequins police so yeah.

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