Photo gallery: Paws For the Cure
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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