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Angie Walther greets Rufus, a half beagle, half collie mix that was none too pleased to be getting a bath. Rufus let his voice be heard loud and clear throughout his 'ordeal.' He looked and smelled wonderful when he left Angie's Groom 'N Board Saturday afternoon. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Charitable dog wash turns into hairy, noisy celebration

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The fur was flying Saturday at Angie's Groom 'N Board and will be all this week.

An overwhelming response to owner Angie Walther's charitable dog wash resulted in a steady parade of mutts, purebreds, pound puppies and dogs the size of mini horses barking their way in and out the door.

It was supposed to be a one-day dog wash fundraiser for Headwaters Animal Shelter.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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