Spotify has also created a new podcast for lonely dogs designed to keep them calm when their owner is away from home.
Spotify has also released a podcast called "My Dog's Favorite Podcast" that's meant to soothe lonely pups that have been left on their own when their owners leave the house.
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Spotify revealed it found that one quarter of pet owners play their animals music when they are absent, with a further 42 per cent saying their pets have a favourite music genre. As long as your pet is a dog, a cat, an iguana, a hamster or a bird, that is. While music for pets isn't an exact science, a new study from Spotify shows pet owners believe there is a true connection between their beloved animals and music.
People choose their animal; use sliders to say how relaxed/energetic, shy/friendly and apathetic/curious it is; upload a photo and type in its name; before getting served a playlist. And this is what ultimately assists Spotify's algorithms to predict and collect music that would be suited to you. Would they be more curious about life or apathetic to the point where they're happy where they are. One of the first pets to get their very own playlist is Rocky, the loyal dog of Ozzy Osbourne. For example, an energetic puppy receives an optimistic and optimistic playlist, against a shy cat who obtains a playlist with much slower tunes.
You can also remove any song from the playlist that you don't like, as well as add additional songs to the playlist by yourself. The firm's newly commissioned research suggests three-quarters of United Kingdom pet owners play music for their furry friends.