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Instagram: Dogs of the Three Rivers Arts Festival

Steven Adams
| Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 11:40 p.m.

We don't know if they are truly appreciating the art but you can find plenty of dogs browsing the Three Rivers Arts Festival. The event continues in downtown Pittsburgh through June 10 so leash up a pooch and head on down.

Here's what Instagrammers are sharing.

Sam's first concert is Lukas Nelson.

Sam's first concert. @lukasnelsonofficial #ThreeRiversArtsFestival

A post shared by ShannonⓋ (@shannonpatrick56) on

This might be our favorite:

Hangin' with my new friend the Sidewalk Judge at the art festival!

A post shared by Jonas (@jonasthebull) on

Oh yeah...this festival thing is pretty cool.

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Arts Festival fun #threeriversartsfestival

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Puppies at the point! #threeriversartsfestival

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Eating abandoned french fries off the ground at #threeriversartsfestival

A post shared by H A M I L T O N (@hammythefrenchie) on

My world #BarleyBogden #pittsburgh #artsfestival

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Nooooo, not that kind of dog!

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