Dog Yoga Sniffs Its Way Across The Country
You might want to do some deep breathing and get into the Lotus Pose before reading this…there is such a thing as yoga for dogs.
Luckily, this doggie yoga, dubbed “doga,” doesn’t require a pooch to twist up into any preztelesque poses–it consists mainly of massaging and special stretches.
Not surprisingly, dogs that are naturally calm excel the most at doga. High energy, leg-humping, slobber factories need not apply (so really, it’s not that different than human yoga).
Dog yoga classes are sprouting up all across the country. Most classes are about 30 to 40 minutes long, so there will be plenty of panting (your dog) and sweating (you) in no time.