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Yoga For Dogs: Gotta Keep Those Paws Strong

6 Years Ago By Diana Adams

Is it just me or does it seem like dogs are becoming more and more like humans every day? Hmm… I can’t decide how I feel about that. I don’t know whether to feel happy for the dogs or sorry for the owners. Not only can you buy special dog beer for your furry best friend so he can enjoy a cold one with you at the end of the day, but you can also use this doggie highchair so he can sit at the table to have dinner with you.

It seems now our dogs can join us during our yoga classes also. It makes sense, after all, he’s gotta stay fit and healthy too, right? Actually, these dogs in these photographs below aren’t really doing yoga. This is just the clever work of photographer Dan Borris using his digital skills to put these dogs into these poses. However, you might find it interesting to know that Dan was actually inspired to create these photographs after befriending a dog who really did do yoga with his owner.

So see, it really is possible! I’m sure yoga can simulate the heart, improve circulation, help with posture, decrease blood pressure and relieve anxiety in dogs just like in people. If you would like to purchase a book or calendar with his collection of dog photographs, you can go to Yoga Dogz. He’s done the same thing with some cute cuddly cats too!

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Yoga For Dogs and Cats

Via: [pdn Photo of the Day]

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