"Doga" soothes owners and pets

11/5/2012 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

Pet owners participating in doga, or dog yoga, classes use their dogs for resistance while giving their pets a good stretch and massage. The dogs usually become more calm and relaxed as they take cues from their owners, according to instructor Kater Leatherman. Veterinarian Jessica Heard thinks doga fosters the human-animal bond and may also help dogs with arthritis and older, less flexible dogs.

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