Caldwell County City Pool, 200 Baker Hill Rd., Princeton, will be the location of a fundraiser Pool “Pawty” on Saturday, Sept. 15.

There will be two sessions with a limit of 50 dogs per session. The first session is at 11 a.m. and the second is at 1 p.m.

Admission is $10 per dog with an adult handler, who is 18 years old or older.  Dogs must follow basic commands and are leash trained. No dogs in heat or under 4 months old.

Handlers will be required to sign a release of liability form. Lifeguards will be on duty but not for assisting dogs.

Some other rules for the event are: proof of current vaccinations required, must have flat buckle/snap collars (full body harnesses/dog life vest are allowed), solid pool toys acceptable, handlers are only to help dogs in and out of the pool, no food/treats in pool area,  clean up after your dog (ex. bring bags).

This is a dog swim only event. Guests must ensure their dog is safe to interact with others. The event organizers reserve the right to ask handlers with aggressive dogs to leave with no refund given.  

Pre-registration is recommended. Call 270-875-3870 or email at to do so.

Proceeds benefit Nurture to Nature Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.