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Certain types of music can be helpful as a natural relaxation and aid in lowering blood pressure in humans, but does that correspond to animals as well. A recent study done at the University of Florida Veterinary Hospital by harpist Alianna Boone suggests that hour-long sessions immediately began to lower heart rate, anxiety, and respiration in some cases. Dr. Noel Lorica, world class guitarist and also a practicing veterinarian believes music can be a viable therapy for anxiety ridden pets and those suffering from high blood pressure. He has been playing instrumental guitar for his in-house patients and their owners, noticing a decrease of barking in kennels and stress in anxious patients.