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RESULTS: Decreased anxiety; loosening of the muscles along the front of the spine; increased mobility of hips, low back and spine; softening of the solar plexus and diaphragm; increased breathing capacity.

* All moves can be performed while your dog is either standing or lying down; it’s up to the pup.

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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 53: Mar/Apr 2009
Raquel Wynn, CSCS, CPT, LMT, based in Nashville, Tenn., is the author of the new book Stretch Your Dog Healthy and the host of petliferadio.com's "Wynn with Dogs". raquelwynn.com

Photographs © Karol Grace

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