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For all of you that are yoga enthusiasts or are familair with basic poses in yoga.... this is Bailey's attempt to show the humans where this stance came from. Bailey will stay in this position for many minutes at a time, I think the longest he's lasted is about 10 minutes. It cracks us up! We call him the yoga master!


Kate, Darcy & Bailey's mom
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Dori also does this, usually when we're getting ready to hook them up to go out, she stands back and streeeeeetches, and just stays there, i usually have to drag her little butt over!! it's so funny. SHe does it every single time. I just tell her she doesnt have to curtsey to me!!!

Terry, mom of Dori and Ellie Mae


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Packy is also a yoga master! We know he'll never pull a muscle because he's such a good stretcher before he does anything. He does both downyard facing dog and upward facing dog. He holds them pretty long, but not 10 minutes!

Jandy and my Cairns, Kirby & Phinney 
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That is so cute! My pups might stretch like that, but rarely sit still enough to hold any pose--except the opposum K.O.---AKA Knocked out to the world! lol


We're the Cairns of America

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This is so funny. Bentley does this too when he is playing with his kong, but his face is turned to one side & flat on the floor. these pups are such clowns.

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