She's probably the most popular Princess in town.
"A lot of people are concerned about her. We're just happy and relieved to see that she's out of that situation now," said Kelly Ingham.
The situation Ingham is talking about is the one where her friend caught a neighbor on camera. He was hosing down Princess, his German Shepherd. It looks like he was also hitting her with a rake.
"It's all over the world. I'm actually shocked at how many people have come together to help her," she said.
Petitions, phone calls, and complaints to save Princess were made to Lollypop Farm pleading for action.
"We like that community support, but at the same time we really need to be allowed to do our jobs," said Adrienne McHargue, Human Society of Greater Rochester.
McHargue says investigators at the shelter have been doing their jobs since a hotline tip came in last Thursday about the case.
"We need, either to have a person turn an animal over to us, or receive a warrant to seize the animal and we were working on those things at the same time," said McHargue.
Tuesday afternoon, the dog owner, Brett Neil of Rochester, brought the dog in and gave a statement, then he was arrested. He was charged with animal cruelty.
"About Brett being charged, I hope they can give him the maximum," said Ingham.
For now, Princess will stay in the custody of Lollypop Farm. Once the court case is over, she could be potentially handed over to the shelter for adoption, or depending on how the case plays out, she could go back to her owner.
"I would hope that this would be something that leads to a positive outcome for Princess," said McHargue.
The shelter has already gotten dozens of calls from people wanting to adopt Princess.
Her owner will have his time in court Thursday. If found guilty he could be slapped with a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.