Some dogs get to strut their stuff at the site of the Indy 500.
The annual Humane Society Mutt Strut is the one day when pets are allowed on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
This is the fourth year that the city has allowed dogs to walk down the racetrack. Pet owners pay 25 dollars for the privilege.
Those proceeds go to the Humane Society in Indianapolis. Martha Boden is from the Humane Society. She says more than two thousand people pre-registered for the event.
The mutt strut normally takes place the last Sunday before the track begins working on the Indy 500.
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