Got a dirty dog? Get clean for a good cause.

 Got a dirty dog that needs washing? But don’t have the time, energy or bathtub to get the job done? For $10 you can get Fifi or Fido a bath - and a mani-pedi - thanks to The Friends of the Animal Shelter.

All proceeds from the Medford and Ashland doggy “spaw” days will benefit the FOTAS, a volunteer organization that supports the efforts of the Jackson County Animal Shelter.

Volunteers will wash your dog for only $7.  Nail trims are being done by Land of Paws professionals and are only $5.  The complete “spaw” package (wash and nail trim) is only $10.

Those in Medford can take their pooches to the sixth annual Medford Dog Wash at Pet Country, 2833 N. Pacific Hwy., from 10 a.m. to 2 pm., Saturday, July 24.

Ashland pooches will need to hold out a bit longer for the 18th annual Ashland Dog Wash which will occur on Saturday, Aug. 14 at the Ashland Food Co-op on First Street.

 For more information about Friends of the Animal Shelter, visit

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