You need only to look at our Interactive Winery Map to see that many Dry Creek Valley wineries are pet-friendly. At many of our wineries, you’ll find dogs who live on site, helping welcome guests to the tasting room. A few wineries have cats for mascots instead. Where grapes grow, there’s often also fertile land for farm animals, including cows, sheep, goats and pigs. In our latest photo essay, we’re shining the spotlight on some of Dry Creek Valley’s cutest four legged friends.

@roadhousewinery Holly

This is Roadhouse Winery‘s helper Holly.

@sbragiafamilyvineyards Banjo

Banjo is looking like Joe Cool in his Sbragia Family shades.

@westwines kitty

We agree with this kitty — West Wines Chardonnay is good to the last drop!

Kachina Vineyards Chiquita

Meet Chiquita, one of Kachina Vineyards‘ happy goats.

@prestonfarm lambs

The lambs are well fed at Preston Farm and Winery.

@pedroncelliwine Dirk

Pedroncelli‘s dog Dirk loves a game of fetch in the vineyard.

@lambertbridge Sugar

Sugar might just be the sweetest surprise in this incredible Lambert Bridge gift set!

@armida_winery Penny

Don’t think Penny’s been PoiZin-ed–she’s just soaking up the sun at Armida Winery.