Tonic Worldwide India and Animal Matters to Me launch #TurnOnTheWoofer this Diwali

Turn on the Woofer.jpgYou see dogs running around and hiding every year. You see them getting restless due to noise pollution There are social cause campaigns flooded on Social Media every year. But still, nothing changes!

Animals Matter To Me, an animal NGO committed to the welfare of all types of animals collaborated with Tonic Worldwide to enable a solution for the same. They launched the campaign #TurnOnTheWoofer which introduces specially composed therapeutic music for dogs. The campaign is also supported by Sony Mix and aims at providing dogs a musical relief this festive season. Renowned Musician, Siddharth Basrur, has composed the music after weeks of research and trial with special low level beats and rhythm that has a soothing effect on Dogs.

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Unmisha2.jpg"With the insight that music has healing powers, we came about with this solution of specially composed music for our furry friends," said Unmisha Bhatt, Chief Strategy Officer at Tonic Worldwide (pictured left). "This campaign is a great example of how good intent, music, insights and technology can come together to create magic. The power of digital will be used to make this music accessible to anyone and everyone who cares about dogs and this cause."

Ashwin Dutt, Creative Director at Tonic Worldwide said, "The idea was to create something that not just helps dogs during Diwali but also during other occasions. I'm an animal-lover and I've seen dogs suffering during separation anxiety or situations such as bad weather. The music can also be used to calm down hyperactive dogs and whimpering puppies. We have also made the music freely available for everyone to download from here www.turnonthewoofer.com."

"Diwali is the most difficult time of the year for dogs and especially strays. I have seen them getting anxiety attacks and palpitations. They turn very restless and have no other option than to just bear the mental torture. It often takes weeks for them to come out of this trauma. So when this idea came up, I was elated to bring about some solution to help them. We played this music with over 150 dogs in our facility and it seemed to have a calming effect on most of them. Even some of the most hyperactive dogs became calm after listening to the music. We've started playing the music every day in our rehab center and it has showed us great results," said Ganesh Nayak, founder of 'Animals Matter To Me'.

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