A dog wash event at the Salina Animal Shelter scheduled for Sunday has been postponed.
Friends of the Salina Animal Shelter Volunteer Maggie Gillam tells KSAL News the threat of rain has prompted the event to be pushed back a week, to Sunday August 26th.
The goal is for your furry friend look his or her best as summer winds down. Volunteers are ready to get a little wet and scrub some pups clean at their dog wash fundraiser.
Along with a grooming, dogs can get a little more tender loving care. Kayla’s Canine Kutz, Les Groom Salon, and Brandy’s Pampered Pets are donating their time and expertise to provide pedicures and ear cleaning.
The suggested donation is $10 to $25, depending on the size of the dog, for the scrub and $5 for additional care.
Small Dogs (20 pounds and Under) = $10
Medium Dogs (20-50 pounds) = $15
Large Dogs (50 – 100 pounds) = $20
X-Large Dogs (100+ pounds) = $25
Additional Services provided by:
Kayla’s Canine Kutz, Les Groom Salon, and Brandy’s Pampered Pets
Ear Cleaning – $5 per dog
Nail Trimming – $5 per dog
Anal Gland Expression – $5 per dog
“The Works” (Get it all and save $5!)
Small Dogs – $20
Medium Dogs – $25
Large Dogs – $30
X-Large Dogs – $35
Every dog will get a free bandana and treat when they come to get pampered at the fund raiser.
As an added bonus, a food truck will be at the event. Porky’z Taquitos will be preparing of their amazing tacos.
The benefit Dog Wash is this coming Sunday, August 26th, from 11am to 3pm in the parking lot at the Salina Animal Shelter located at 329 N. 2nd Street.
Funds raised will benefit the Friends of the Salina Animal Shelter, a non-profit organization made up of entirely volunteers. The organization’s mission is to provide spay/neuter surgeries, medical care and assistance to the animals in the community that belong to families in need and to assist the Salina Animal Services with their time, labor and interest in re-homing abandoned and stray animals residing at the shelter.
The Salina Animal Shelter provides animal control, adoption services and wildlife management. It is a no-kill shelter, meaning that over 90 percent of the animals it receives are saved.