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Bring Your Pup to the Fresno State Dog Wash. It’s a Real Bargain.



Bring your pup for a wash and a nail trim Saturday at the Fresno State Dairy Unit to help support the student pre-veterinary club. (Shutterstock)
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Leave the dog shampoo and nail trimmers at home.  The Fresno State pre-veterinary club is holding a dog wash this Saturday.

From noon to 4 p.m., student club members will be at the Fresno State Dairy Unit off of the northwest corner of Barstow and Chestnut avenues with tubs full of water, shampoo, and nail trimmers.

Funds Will Help Pay for Club Activities

Dog washes are $10 and nail trims are $5 dollars each. The payment options are cash, debit cards, credit cards, Venmo, and Apple Pay.

No appointments are necessary.

The club will also have free snacks and refreshments for pups and their owners.

Students hope to raise enough funds to help pay for club activities, community outreach, and other educational, industry-related activities.



Liz Juarez joined GV Wire in July, 2021 as a Digital News Producer. She has experience working for publications around the Central Valley including the Clovis Roundup, Porterville Recorder and Hanford Sentinel. While in college, she interned for Mountain West Athletics and served as Outreach Chair for the Fresno State Radio and Television Digital News Association (RTDNA). Liz earned a bachelor's degree in Media Communications and Journalism at Fresno State and a master's degree in Communications from Arizona State University. In her down time, she enjoys reading, drawing and staying active by playing basketball, taking trips to the coast and visiting national parks. You can contact Liz at