Going Wine Tasting with Your Dog at Maryland Vineyards
Pet Friendly Wineries
You love wine. You love your dog. Why not bring your dog with you when you go wine tasting? It can be a wonderful outing with your best friend. Before you and your best friend spend a day at pet friendly wineries, here are some things you should know.
- Call first, not all vineyards are pet friendly
Although there is a vineyard dog, do not assume you can bring your pet. Call or email the vineyard before you arrive is the best way to determine your pet can visit. Most vineyards do not list their pet policy on their website, so call ahead.
- Come prepared
Most vineyards will have water bowls available and supplies to clean up after your dog. However, you should bring your own just in case. Consider bringing food, and their favorite toy. Being at the vineyard may be overwhelming for your pooch in the beginning. Having their favorite toy will help will help your doggie adjust to the new environment.
- Leash or not to Leash
Your dog may be trained without a leash, but you should be prepared to place your dog on a leash. Many vineyards do require your dog have a leash. When you contact the vineyard, make sure you ask about their leash policy.
- Pet friendly Maryland vineyards
There are some Maryland vineyards that welcome your doggie. Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is one vineyard that not only welcomes pets, but they host pet friendly events. In the fall, they host the Howl-O-Wine for Wags for Hope fundraiser. They also have pet pictures event during the Christmas season.
Here is a list of other Maryland vineyards who are pet friendly wineries.
Crow Vineyard (Kennedyville, MD)
Great Frogs (Annapolis, MD)
Perigeaux Vineyard & Winery (St. Leonard, MD)
Running Hare Vineyard (Prince Frederick, MD)
Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard (Dickerson, MD)
I hope these tips will make your wine tasting experience enjoyable for you and your best friend. Enjoy your visit.
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