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Texas Movie Theater Allows You To Bring Your Pooch

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Lovers of four-legged furry friends, we need this here in Ballarat, a dog-friendly movie theater.

One opened in Texas just last year, and it has been designed to allow you and your dog go to the movies together.

K9 Cinemas was created by Eric Lankford, because he wanted to take his own dog, an Australian Eskimo by the name of Bear, to the cinema.  

One $15 ticket will give you and your pooch entry plus it includes bottomless wine, or four whiskeys, if you choose.

You can even take a second dog for an extra $5, but there is a limit.

There are also theme nights, one-off screenings,  and you can buy snacks for both you and your dog.

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Baby Bear I love you buddy! Some exciting things are happening 😎⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ My son Bear here is officially our new logo! He deserves all the recognition in the world and to be the face of @k9cinemas 🎊⁣⁣ the idea to not make him a cartoon was inspired by the MGM logo. He’ll be forever memorialized as himself 😍 ⁣⁣⁣ Facebook turned on our Top Fan badges recently, and paperwork just got submitted to turn on our verified badges thanks to all of our publicity for both IG and Facebook. ⁣ ⁣ Showtimes through MARCH 2020 will be posted soon. We have folks around the country planning trips to come see us, so this will help you all know way in advance what to plan for.⁣ ⁣ Anyone who drops a heart emoji for Bear below in the comments will get a private coupon code for 10% off anything on our website owned by K9C (gear, tickets, coworking plan, dog treats) for an entire month starting July 1st. Or just do it because he’s cute! ❤️

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Please note there are rules to abide by:

    • You have to clean up after your dog
    • On your first visit, you need to prove your dog has been vaccinated

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