Yes, you read that correctly. There's a dog life drawing class happening in Dublin.
It takes place on Thursday 22nd February in the A4 Sounds art studio just off Dorset Street.
Artists of all abilities are welcome with Eimhim McNamara showing attendees how to correctly sketch the furry models.
Tickets are €15 and we suggest you buy yours soon as this is sure to sell out.
So why is this happening?
Well, 2018 is the Chinese Year of the Dog and this is just one of the dog-themed events set to take place across the city in celebration.
Here are some of the others organised as part of the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival:
Year Of The Dog Tour
Dogs will be celebrated through art in the National Gallery of Ireland on Sunday 25th February. Tours are free and start at 11:30am.
Dog Costume Art Workshop
The Tara Building will transform children into dogs on Saturday 17th February. The event is suitable for 4 to 12 year-olds and tickets are €10.
The Curious History of Irish Dogs
Writer David Blake Knox will be in Hodges and Figgis on Wednesday 28th February at 6:30pm teaching attendees about the nine breeds of dog native to Ireland. Tickets cost €5.
Tall Tail is a musical adventure for dog lovers of all ages. The screening is happening in Smock Alley Theater on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February.
For more info on all of the above events check out the Dublin Chinese New Year website.