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Photo gallery: Paws For the Cure

| Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013, 6:18 p.m.
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Iggy, an 8-year-old Boxer, poses for a picture at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competions for the dogs including best costumes.
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Lauren Statler of Downtown enters her 5-month-old Yorkie, Barry, into the Best Steeler Costume competition at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competitions for the dogs.
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Dave Seidl of Beaver Falls is on the receiving end of wet appreciation from his Labrador Retriever Sammie after winning the best dog trick at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competions for the dogs including best costumes.
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Owners and pets take part in the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013.
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Ann Johnston of Plum and Maddie, a Schnoodle, share some facetime at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competitions for the dogs including best costumes.
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Karten Smith leads her Cockapoo, Watson, through the agility course at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competions for the dogs including best costumes.
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Emma Lewandowski of Hamarville and her collie, Sadie, stop during a doggy musical chairs game at the fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh at Hartwood Acres on Sunday October 6, 2013. The event included a walk and special competions for the dogs including best costumes.

The fifth annual Paws For the Cure dog walk and festival brought canine fun to Hartwood Acres on Sunday.

The event raises money for Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh, which funds and advocates for cancer research.

Activities included special competitions for best costumes and agility and a one-mile walk.

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