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    Dogs and their owners ate dinner together at a recent “Dogs Night Out” at La Bodega in Leawood. The event, co-sponsored by Three Dog Bakery and held on the outdoor patio, served dogs four-course meals while their owners ordered off the menu. La Bodega donated 20 percent of the proceeds to the Three Dog Bakery Foundation, which provides money to local no-kill animal shelters.

Dogs and their owners ate dinner together at a recent “Dogs Night Out” at La Bodega in Leawood. The event, co-sponsored by Three Dog Bakery and held on the outdoor patio, served dogs four-course meals while their owners ordered off the menu. La Bodega donated 20 percent of the proceeds to the Three Dog Bakery Foundation, which provides money to local no-kill animal shelters. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Dogs and their owners ate dinner together at a recent “Dogs Night Out” at La Bodega in Leawood. The event, co-sponsored by Three Dog Bakery and held on the outdoor patio, served dogs four-course meals while their owners ordered off the menu. La Bodega donated 20 percent of the proceeds to the Three Dog Bakery Foundation, which provides money to local no-kill animal shelters. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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