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Who Let the Dogs Out?

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Now, we've learned from Paris & Nicole and a few other trendsetting celebs that it's okay to bring your dog to baseball games, boutique shopping, to New York fashion shows, and to LA outdoor cafés but even Ms. Hilton hasn't brought fair Tinkerbell out clubbing with her.

Well, Lara Flynn Boyle has broken that taboo. Just one night after attending the Amazon.Com Goes Hollywood for the Holidays Party sans puppy, the actress whose last non-scenester on-screen performance was getting "Punk'd" by Ashton Kutcher, decided that canines would no longer be left on the wrong side of the velvet rope.

Carrying what looked to be a white Scottish Terrier in her arms, she walked in to Guy's, lips glistening, as all eyes turned trying to figure out who brought in the cute pup. She eventually made her way to the outdoor area where, it's assumed, she took a smoke and her 4 legged friend a doody.

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We here at LAist now must wonder where else we might unexpectedly see people with their pets. The plastic surgeon's office? The Scientology center? Courtside at a Lakers game?

The possibilities are endless.