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Old 01-28-2009, 09:59 PM
Location: Southern Oregon
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I leave my dog in the car all the time. I roll down all the windows, and he typically lays in the back, sometimes he hops up to the front seat first. I do this, because rather than leaving my dog home alone when I'm out running errands, we both enjoy going into town together. If I have to run into the store for a few minutes, he stays in the car. If its a pet friendly store, he comes in with me. Are you telling me leaving the dog at home in the yard to bark at every noise is a better option? There is nothing irresponsible about it. He loves going for rides, and he loves being out and seeing things. This is Oregon, not Southern California. I can leave my windows down without worrying about getting things stolen where I live. In addition to that, I'm not leaving my dog in the car when it's 90 degrees out. He does EVER get left in the car if it's sunny and hot. Don't judge people. I take better care of my dog than many people do their children.
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Old 08-02-2010, 01:10 PM
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Rex Hill, Anne Amie, Erath, Oak Knoll, and Sokol Blosser are all in the Willamette Valley and note that dogs are welcome (they may be required to be on leash, or to wait on the porch rather than inside the tasting room [you can always bring your taste outside to be with them]). Oregon generally welcomes dogs and agrees that you should not leave your dog in the car unattended. As you said, just because others do it, doesn't make it right.
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Old 08-02-2010, 09:11 PM
Location: Oregon
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I am really not sure how sanitary it would be to have dogs running around a winery.
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