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Dolly Parton’s Pet Gala, a 2-hour event that put a spotlight on dogs and Parton’s pet clothing line, Doggy Parton, aired last night.

The show included an adorable, four-legged fashion show, with dogs rocking various items from Parton’s store.

Dolly Parton brought various stars out to sing with her during the show, including Lainey Wilson and Carly Pearce. The special was even co-hosted by Jane Lynch.

The show began with a rare treat from Parton’s discography. She performed “Puppy Love,” the first song she ever recorded, that she wrote when she was just 11 years old. Parton originally released “Puppy Love” in 1959, and she almost never performs it for a crowd.

Parton and Wilson sang Parton’s classic “I Will Always Love You,” both wearing shimmering white and silver to match the ethereal aesthetic of the song.

Parton also invited Carly Pearce to the stage for a duet during the special; the pair performed another iconic Parton hit, “9 to 5.”

Chris Janson was also on the evening’s lineup, as was his dog: The singer serenaded his bloodhound, Willie, with a rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Hound Dog.”