Mandurah: Peek-A-Boo Dog Wash owner giving back to community

Mandurah: Peek-A-Boo Dog Wash owner giving back to community
Mandurah: Peek-A-Boo Dog Wash owner giving back to community

IT IS all about giving back to the community for Peek-A-Boo Dog Wash owner Janine Pace.

Clients of Halo Team Inc, the charity that works for the homeless and disadvantaged, can take up a free dog wash, flea and worming treatments every six weeks at the charity shop on Pinjarra Road, thanks to Ms Pace.

Ms Pace said she once lived in the bush with five kids, two foster children and three jobs to help make ends meet.

Her community helped when she needed it most and now she is paying it back.

Ms Pace loves dogs and said owning a dog helps with anxiety and depression.

“Every dog deserves to be loved, microchipped and cared for,’’ she said.

Her assistant Cassi has been with her for four years and also helps with the dog wash in her spare time.

At the first session, clients also received dog food donated by the RSPCA following their recent open day at Rushton Park.

Ms Pace is also planning a free microchipping and health care check for cats at Greenfields next month.