Do you feel bad about leaving your only dog alone at home? So does Jon Glaser, and he’s here to help. The Delocated star is releasing Jon Glaser’s Soothing Meditations for the Solitary Dog on November 2 via Pretty Good Friends. Here’s more from PGF:
For those unfortunate yet unavoidable times that dog owners need to leave their beloved pets home alone, Jon Glaser’s Soothing Meditations for the Solitary Dog is the perfect remedy, having been designed to help soften those upsetting times of uncertainty for all the anxious good boys and good girls out there.
Clocking in at a Grammy-submission-required-minimum 30 minutes of peaceful tranquility, Jon Glaser’s Soothing Meditations for the Solitary Dog is the ideal album for any dog owner that cares about the mental well being of their precious angel.
Basically, if you’re looking to feel less shitty about having to leave your dog at home all by itself, then Jon Glaser’s Soothing Meditations for the Solitary Dog is something you should probably get, you neglectful asshole and total piece of shit.
The album is available digitally, and there’s also a special edition that may appeal to pet owners or Glaser fans (or both): the Pretty Good Friends Ultimate Canine Relaxation Spa Pack also comes with fleece dog leg-warmer sleeves, and an “aromatherapy spray made with a custom blend of essential oils to help calm your anxious dog.”
Jon will celebrate the album’s release at Brooklyn’s The Bell House on November 2 with Eugene Mirman, Jo Firestone, Delocated co-star Steve Cirbus, Tami Sagher, and Ali Farahnakian. Sadly, dogs are not allowed at this show, but if you have to leave yours at home, you’ve now got something to keep them relaxed.