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Tuesday 15 January 2019

Enjoy a glass or two of wine - and do some good at the same time

Wobbly Boot vineyard in Tasmania's Coal River Valley describes itself as Australia's most dog-friendly cellar door - and hosts a wide range of events to raise money for animal welfare organisations.

Wine and Woofs is Wobbly Boot's quarterly fundraiser for wildlife rescue and animal welfare organisations. It is a day where dog lovers gather to celebrate with wine, food and music - all for a good cause.

There are three fully-fenced off-lead areas: Maeve's Vineyard (named after resident woofer Maeve) is a large area for medium-to-large dogs, The Orchard is for small dogs and Elsa's Vineyard is a quiet zone for older and less active dogs.

The next Wine and Woofs is this Sunday, January 20, from noon to 4pm.

There will be food Manneken Eats, live music with Stacey Loukis and Grant Woodward, and dog art with Penny Ruthberg.

Visiitors are invited to bring a picnic, rug, chair and shade. Barbecue facilities will be available and wine, craft beer, cider and soft drink will be on sale.

Entry is $10 per person with kids and dogs free.

The charity being supported this weekend is Ten Lives Cat Centre. Dogs helping cats! 

Wobbly Boot has so far raised over $35,000 for the Devils in Danger Foundation, Wombat Rescue Tasmania, RSPCA Tasmania, Dogs Homes of Tasmania, Ten Lives Cat Centre, ROAR, Brightside Farm Sanctuary and Pets in the Park.

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