BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A Baton Rouge area non-profit made a splash on Sunday with a big dog wash.
Organizers with Spay Baton Rouge held the Dogs-N-Suds wash today outside the Neighborhood Pet Market at the corner of Perkins and Siegen. Dog owners brought their pets out for a free wash and flea bath.
While services were complimentary, donations were taken to help them in their goal to lower animal euthanasia rates in East Baton Rouge Parish.
"We do that by offering low cost spay-and-neuter services to people who wouldn't be able to afford to get their pet fixed," says Noelle Harper of Spay Baton Rouge.
This was the fourth annual dog wash, and Harper says that Spay Baton Rouge and their partners have fixed over 13,000 dogs and cats since 2006.
More information can be found at Spay Baton Rouge's website HERE.