K9 Cinemas in Plano, Texas, offers drinks and snacks for humans and dogs alike

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This story originally appeared on people.com by Helen Murphy.

Now man's best friend can come to the movies with you!

A movie theater in Plano, Texas, allows dogs at its screenings - and there's an additional incentive for their human companions: free wine and whiskey!

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K9 Cinemas, which opened in December, offers movie nights for you and your pooch, along with other themed nights like "Karaoke Margarita Night" and "Bring Your Dog to Church Night."

Tickets are $5 for dogs, $10 for kids and $15 for adults, and any purchase of an adult ticket comes with your choice of free bottomless wine or four servings of whiskey.

The space is full of comfy red couches for your pup to relax on, as well as a large open space in front of the screen if they get restless.

Moviegoers can bring a maximum of two dogs, as long as they're up-to-date on their shots: Owners can upload veterinary records online at the theater's website or bring a copy of their dog's records to the box office.

Human ticket holders are also responsible for taking their canines out for bathroom breaks and for cleaning up after their pets.

The theater doesn't show any new releases, instead it is screening a selection of classic, dog-friendly flicks.

Sold? For more information, or to buy tickets, visit the theater's website.

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