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Dogs Hit the Canine Gym for Exercise

Dogs Hit the Canine Gym for Exercise

While people are working out at their gym, dogs are getting their own exercise at a sports club just for canines. While unconventional, the gym offers owners a place where their pup can stay fit and have fun at the same time. VOA’s Deborah Block takes us to Frolick Dogs in Alexandria, Virginia, just one of the sports clubs for dogs that have been popping up in the United States~VOA NEWS

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