Have a dog with ash in its fur that needs to be washed, but don’t want to? No? Well, then come out to the Friends of the Animal Shelter’s annual dog wash fundraising event. They’ll wash your dog, trim their nails and even brush their fur for a cheap price. Plus, all the money raised goes to the FOTAS program which benefits the animals at the Jackson County Animal Shelter.
From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, volunteers will be at the Ashland Food Co-Op parking lot, 237 N. First St. They ask that you bring your own towels.
A full “SPAW” treatment (toenail clip, brush out and wash) is $20 per dog, a wash and brush out is $15 and a nail trim (by Land of Paws) is $7 (cash or checks only).
FOTAS is a nonprofit dedicated to training volunteers who work to increase adoption rates, improve quality of life for shelter animals and facilitate outreach and education to decrease shelter intake across Jackson County.