Pooches were getting washed, rinsed and pampered, and the best part was it was all for a great cause.
"We're holding a dog wash so we can make some money to spay and neuter dogs and cats," said Catharine Kelly, a P.A.L.S volunteer.
The Pet Assistance League of Savannah or Pals make all their money from events like the dirty dog dip, and there were more than enough dogs and owners to help them raise the funds they needed.
"P.A.L.S is a good organization. I'd rather give them my money than me bathe my dog and have him run around and get dirty again," said dog owner David Mednick.
Tiny dogs to big dogs all got a bath for five dollars. But the question on many minds was with all the dogs at the event, would there be a doggy brawl?
"Most of the dogs think we're getting a bath so we better behave," continued Kelly
Whether these canines were playing nice or dirty, owners say all this attention for the dogs is well worth it.
"A dog is your best friend. they are more loyal than humans. A dog is the best thing you can have in the house," continue Mednick
The Pet Assistance League holds dog washes every month during the summer. The next one is scheduled for August 10th from 1 - 4 p.m.