Dog wash helps AIDS foundation |

Dog wash helps AIDS foundation

Anyone who is thinking of having their dog washed can do so Dec. 14 and give to a good cause at the same time. Dog Wash of Tahoe will be donating its dog washing proceeds to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation through David Pyle, a three-year South Shore resident, who ran in the National AIDS Marathon in Hawaii Dec. 8.

Known for his love of animals, Pyle is a veterinarian technician at Alpine Animal Hospital.

“I ran the race because of the number of friends I have living the HIV-disease,” Pyle said. ” It will help to improve the quality of their lives as well as being aware of AIDS.”

Dog Wash of Tahoe is a fully-equipped dog washing facility.

“We charge $12 to $16 for for self-serve and $22 to $26 for full serve,” said Dee Robertson, owner of the business. “We’re thrilled to be supporting David Pyle in this great cause.”

The fund-raiser will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 14 at Dog Wash of Tahoe, 3455 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Suite B, behind Smart & Final. For more information call Dog Wash of Tahoe at (530) 542-2969.

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