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Cesar Picks Six Audiobooks To Calm Your Dog In November

Did you know that listening to an audiobook while their humans are away can reduce a dog’s separation anxiety and destructive behaviors while promoting calm and relaxation?

That’s why Cesar teamed up with Audible, the leading provider of spoken word content and audio entertainment, to provide you and your dog with a hand-picked selection of audiobook titles to keep her calm when her pack isn’t around.

Each month, Cesar adds more audiobooks to his recommendations. For November, his pick is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.  “As an immigrant myself,” says Cesar, “I found the story of Francie Nolan, a young Irish girl who pursues and achieves her dreams despite the many obstacles, especially touching.  The narration has just the right amount of energy to calm and relax a dog.”

If you’d prefer a male narrator, Cesar continues, “I suggest All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel, read by actor Zach Appelman.”

Cesar’s other picks for November include:

Off to Be the Wizard by Scott Meyer, read by Luke Daniels.

Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie, read by Lily Collins.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, read by Thandie Newton.

David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, read by Richard Armitrage.

To learn more about Audible audiobooks for dogs, watch videos and get free audiobooks, visit Audible.com/dogs.

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