It's summertime, and the living was easy for a bunch of canines in Kentucky, according to the Richmond Register.
The second annual Doggy Wash, which was sponsored by the The Madison County Humane Society-Animal League for Life, saw more than 60 dogs this Sunday get scrubbed down and enjoy a fancy nail-trimming, for a mere $20 a pup.
"We often take our dogs to the park," Aereal Pough, mom of Cairn terriers adopted from an animal rescue
shelter, told the news source. "They thought we were coming to the park to play, but they got a bath instead."
With temperatures skyrocketing to the high-80s, it certainly was a perfect day for dogs to cool off and be treated to a bath and lavender oil soak. In addition, their parents were able to enjoy some summer grub, which, naturally, included hot dogs.
According to their website, the Madison County Humane Society-Animal League for Life is a 100 percent volunteer group. The organization is devoted to the prevention of animal cruelty and the betterment of all animals in the area.