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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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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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