Firework's night can be a stressful time for our canine buddies so let's come together on November 4th at 6pm for an hour of Doga with Kimberley Holladay and her pup Flynn in aid of the Blue Cross!
ABOUT THE CLASS
Suitable for all levels of ability (dog and Hooman!), this practice is a floor based flow with flares of play to motivate your dog away from the distraction of the pops and bangs outside that this week may bring.
"What dog doesn't love hang out and roll around with their owner," says Kimberley, "and what hooman doesn't love that too! Online "Zoom" classes are a brilliant way to enjoy a special class with your pup in the comfort of your own home - so get cosy and comfy ;)"
WHEN November 4th
TIME 6 - 7pm GMT
WHERE On a private Zoom link from the comfort of your own home
COST £6 +
(ticket price includes a donation of £1 to the Blue Cross
which automatically enters you into our raffle to WIN a Hiro + Wolf Fireworks Collar and Classic Lead worth up to £74!)
PRIZE Hiro + Wolf Fireworks Collar & Lead
WHAT IS DOG YOGA?
"Dog Yoga = A great excuse to hang out with your dog for an hour!" @holla_yoga
This practice is a fun way to spend time with your loyal buddy/buddies, let your dog come and go as they please throughout this class. Some days your dog will be full of beans and other times they will be calm. If you have a cheeky character on your hands maybe go for a walk before class if it fits in with your day. The practice is mostly floor based so they will more than likely be curious from the start.
Take this hour of play the way that you need to, be vocal with your pooch or peaceful and silent. This is your bonding time and your practise so go at your own pace and take breaks when you need :D
"I qualified as a yoga instructor in 2018 but I've been practicing for 15 years. Flynn my Chihuahua has been practicing yoga with me for as long as I've had him ...and now he won't let me practice without him, which is really a joy for me too!!!
We look forward to seeing you on the mat this November 4th!"
ABOUT BLUE CROSS
"Sick, injured and homeless pets have relied on Blue Cross since 1897 with thousands of abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured, pets turning to us for help every year. Our doors are always open to them, and with your support, they always will be."