Yoga Cats and Dogs

About Yoga Cats and Dogs

Photographer Dan Borris was walking down the street one day with a friend when she suggested that he photograph her doing yoga while her dog ran around making her crazy. Inspiration struck! Why bother with humans? Dogs should do yoga! It was in that moment that Yoga Dogs was born.

With the help of Dan’s wife Alejandra, years of research followed. Thousands of canine auditions. Hours of training. Practice, practice, practice (hey, it’s yoga). Finally the first Yoga Dog was ready to be photographed and she was their own dog Mela, a natural born yogini. Many dogs followed. Later, when the dogs went to the cats, again it was their own cat, Snoosh who stepped up his game with an amazing Adho Mukha Vrksasana pose. Then along came Yoga Puppies and Yoga Kittens and the rest is history.

  • Yoga International

    Yoga International

    YogaDogs & YogaCats products have been sold in 19 countries, in 11 languages and have earned over $30 million in retail sales since 2009!

  • Fun Fact

    Fun Fact

    Did you know that 65% of American households have a pet, which equates to 79,7 million homes?

  • Mango


    YogaCat Mango looks like a crabby cat, but he is not! He has the heart of a lion and behaves like a big loving puppy. Some of the puppies and dogs even think that he is their mama, or grandma!

  • Bebe


    Bebe is a very gifted YogaKitten. So talented that he would win any yoga competition if he went!

  • Fun Fact

    Fun Fact

    Did you know that according to yoga journal, Americans spend more than $16 million dollars per year in the yoga industry? That 36,7 million Americans practice yoga and that 80 million Americans say they want to try yoga but haven't yet.

  • Giving back

    Giving back

    Yoga Dogs is commited to animal welfare. It’s an essential part of their mission. Many of their amazing dogs & cats and puppies & kittens come from shelters. They work with these shelters by donating money and calendars for fundraising. And they will continue to support animal welfare organizations with a portion of our profits and publicizing their efforts.