Looking for a summer night out with your dog? Then Food Truck Fridays at Roger Williams Park Zoo are where you need to be.

I do not actually have a dog, but hearing about this event makes me want one even more than I do already.

I know what you're thinking, just get a dog, Nancy! But alas, I cannot. I made a deal with my daughters that once everyone is completely responsible for themselves in the potty department, then we can discuss a dog.

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Quite honestly, I have no desire to be in charge of any other creature's behind until I am done with diapers on my kids.

But with one down and one to go, the day is getting close. So when I heard about PUParazzi Photo Nights outside the Roger Williams Park Carousel this summer, I had to learn more. It turns out for a few summer nights, organizers are adding four-legged fun to Food Truck Fridays.

There will be new photo backdrops every month for owners to get delightfully goofy photos of their dog – and then, of course, share the cuteness with the world via social media.

PUParazzi night returns on July 9 for Harry Potter-themed photos and again on August 13 for the Dog Days of Summer photo session.

Dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome at these events, though your pet should be able to be around large groups of people.

Owners are asked to bring their own cameras to snap the pics and there is a $5 ticket per pup to be purchased before getting in front of the backdrops.

I love that there are nights just for the dogs this summer at Roger Williams Park. It has been a long year of being cooped up for our furry friends, too. It's nice to see an event for the dogs to get out and socialize with their owners.

While you are walking around enjoying all the amazing food options available on Food Truck Fridays, your dog can chow down via truck, too. The Woof! Woof! Pet Boutique and Biscuit Bar bring their food truck to this family friendly event throughout the summer. They even offer frozen pup treats for those hot summer nights.

So if you are lucky enough to have one already, get your pup and your camera to Roger Williams Park this summer.

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