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Santa goes to the dogs

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(KATV) It's Christmas time and animal lovers don't want their pets to be left out.

Several businesses are opening their doors for Santa to stop by and take pictures with pets. The proceeds go to shelters that take care of animals that need forever homes.

From 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sunday, you can show up at Petsmart. A 4x6 digital photo cost $10.95. A holiday frame is also included and you pick the best picture. Five dollars from each picture will be donated to the North Little Rock Friends of the Animals to benefit the NLR Animal Shelter.

All four-legged friends are welcome.

Santa will also be stopping by Just Dogs Gourmet at the Promenade at Chenal. He'll be there from 12-5 p.m. Prices range from $15, $30 to $45. All proceeds benefit the animals at the Humane Society of Pulaski County. The adoption unit will be on site in case you want to adopt a furry to share the holidays with and join you in a picture with Santa.

Each Saturday and Sunday through December 16th, Santa will be at Petsmart and proceeds will go to the local animal welfare organization participating that day.

If you know of other dates and locations for pet pictures with Santa, leave a comment below.

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