Central 214's VIP (Very Important Pet) Party. Quite Possibly the Cutest Dinner-Party, Ever.

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Last night, Central 214 hosted their VIP (Very Important Pet) Pooch Patio dinner-party with proceeds benefiting Operation Kindness.

Naughty Chef Blythe Beck made the rounds with her rescue pup, Sheriff Brown, in tow. "This is a great turn out, I feel so blessed," Beck said, as she scanned the crowded patio. Over a hundred people and their furry companions came out to support the no-kill animal shelter, and grab a bite to eat. The $10 cover charge granted party-goers access to all-they-could-eat burgers and dogs (no, not the adoptable kind), and "Dog Days of Summer" drink specials (think $3 beers and $4 wells).

Make sure to check out more photos from the event after the jump.

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