BALTIMORE (WJZ) — How does some barbeque sound?

Well now, you can enjoy some, while helping out some local shelter dogs!

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Blue Pit BBQ and BARCS have teamed up for the “Merrick Barbeque for Good Campaign,”

Credit: Steve Raurk

Credit: Steve Raurk

The campaign started Monday and goes through Saturday. For any order made at the Hampden restaurant, Merrick Dog Food will donate $10 to BARCS.

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Pet parents will also get a special “doggy bag” for their pups at home.

The co-owner of Blue Pit said they’re proud to be a part of this, at a time when restaurants are struggling and adoptions are at an all-time high.

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