'Doga' exercise class improves dogs' posture, behaviour

HILTON, N.Y. - A New York exercise class is bringing new meaning to the phrase "downward-facing dog."

A Rochester-area veterinarian is teaching a dog-and-human class called doga (DOH'-guh).

Dr. Danni Shemanski of the Hilton Veterinary Hospital tells WHEC that doga can improve dogs' posture. It also provides people-pet bonding time and a chance for dogs to socialize.

Shemanski says a doga session leaves dogs feeling happy and "important." She says that can help resolve attention-seeking behavioural issues.

The classes are free but humans are invited to donate to a local animal shelter.

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Information from: WHEC-TV, http://www.10nbc.com


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