‘Pamper Your Pooch’ fundraiser for Scooter’s Pals in Grass Valley | TheUnion.com

‘Pamper Your Pooch’ fundraiser for Scooter’s Pals in Grass Valley

Little Bear is among the dogs rescued from a kill shelter by Scooter's Pals in Grass Valley. A fundraiser for the nonprofit organization will be from 1 to 7 p.m. on May 1 at the Paw Spa in Grass Valley.
Submitted by Susan Wallace

A dog and people pampering fundraiser event will take place from 1 to 7 p.m. on May 1 at the Paw Spa, 147 Joersche Dr., Suite 6, in Grass Valley. Proceeds will go to Scooter’s Pals. Dog pampering services will include a bath, blow dry, nail clipping, ear cleaning, as well as doggie facials and massages. Prices vary according to the size of the dog. Call for an appointment at 530-272-5300. People pampering services include chair massages by therapist Tammy Corkins. Walk-ins are first come, first served, or call for an appointment at 530-272-5300. Participating businesses include Dazzled for Dollface Boutique, Pup Photos by Sandra Boyed, Shinto’s Pet Foods, Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters, “Critter” publisher Pinky Zalkin and dog trainer John Garcia. There will also be live music from 5 to 7 p.m. by Duo Lynx and a raffle. Scooter’s Pals is a nonprofit grass roots organization that provides foster and forever homes for abused or abandoned dogs scheduled to be killed in local and nearby shelters. Scooter’s Pals also assists local dog and cat owners no longer able to properly care for their pets in finding a new best-fit home so they do not reach a shelter.

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