Dogs can go to the movies for free -- at the Smith Opera House in New York.
The Geneva venue is welcoming leashed dogs to canine-centric films Feb. 11-17, WHEC reported.
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Their owners pay admission, and then the pups get in at no charge, WHEC reported. Dog treats will also be provided.
The venue is showing "Best in Show," "Must Love Dogs," The Artist" and "Bolt."
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