PARMA, Ohio (WJW) — It may feel more like a fall day on Sunday in Northeast Ohio but that didn’t stop a pack of dogs from making a splash at a local pool.

The Parma Animal Shelter held its annual Doggie Swim, a fundraising event where the city allows the shelter to use its civic pool the day after closing to the public for the season.

The funds support the donation-led, 100%-volunteer-run shelter at 6260 State Road, according to board president Samantha Kaplan.

“Thank you, to the community, Parma, and elsewhere around Northeast Ohio for supporting us,” she said. “We have some wonderful dogs, cats, and kittens at the shelter. So think about adoption as well as we are always looking for fosters and volunteers.”

Kaplan said they expect around 100 dogs of many breeds for the event, but golden retrievers are the most common.