Iowa Humane Alliance holds second annual North Liberty dog wash

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NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) – People and their canines gathered in the parking lot of Leash on Life in North Liberty, Sunday, for a dog wash and microchip clinic.

For a $25 fee dogs get a bath, nail trim, and microchip. While humans wait, there’s root beer floats for sale. All proceeds go toward the Iowa Humane Alliance and its programs.

“Our transport program is really growing leaps and bounds. We're now doing transports from Waterloo, Dubuque, Muscatine, Washington, and Tama, and we're about to possible add more,” Director Kathleen Schoon said. “We also do love for pets, and that is an outreach program where we bring services into undeserved area.”

The clinic is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.