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  • He [also coined] the Japanese term doga which means "animated images" in English.

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  • As of late, some even take their pooches to yoga, in what is known as doga, a spin-off of the popular classes that is slowly gaining ground on the traditional ones.

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  • Ruffin 'It Resort owner Renee Brantner Shanesy said the so-called doga classes offered at the hotel and day-care center for dogs have resulted in a waiting list for those wanting their canines to get some stress relief, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Saturday.

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  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

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  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

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  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • CBS News RAW: Call it "doga;" a Seattle, Wash. yoga teacher has opened her doors ...

    Breaking News: CBS News

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  • It's the yoga you take your dog to, as reported in the NYT April 2009

    April 12, 2009

  • And Get Fuzzy ages before that. (I'm at home so trying to find actual linkable examples will see us into the next geological period, sorry. You'll have to take this one on my say-so.)

    April 13, 2009

  • Julia Kamysz Lane reports in The Bark that “Doing gentle doga stretches with my Dalmatian, Darby, helped her overcome a fear of nail clipping. It also came in handy with our young mixed breed, Ginger Peach, who has an impatient and pushy personality. She not only learned to tolerate the stretches, she now offers her legs in anticipation!�?

    July 11, 2009