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Wine & Wag: Because Who Doesn’t Like Petting Dogs and Drinking Wine?

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UPDATE: Due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Harvey, the Wine & Wags event has been rescheduled for September 17, 2017.

Join the Canyon Lake Animal Shelter (CLASS) and Dry Comal Creek Vineyard and Winery on Sunday, August 27 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. for their “Wine & Wag” event at the winery, located between New Braunfels and Spring Branch. This fundraising event brings together two things that people love: wine and animals.

Wine, Live Music, Good Company, and DOGS!

Wine and Wag

Photo: Flickr/Jason Kallsen

Enjoy wine and sangria, live music, good company, and a shady pavilion – all the while helping to raise needed funds for Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society. Live music will be provided by the All Mixed Up Variety Band. There will also be t-shirts, gift items and dog treats for sale at the event. Well-mannered dogs on leash are always welcome. Tickets to this fun event are $25, which includes two glasses of wine.

CLASS: Doing Great Things in Canyon Lake


Photo: Facebook/CLASS.CanyonLake.2013

The Canyon Lake Animal Shelter is transforming the reputation of shelters in the Canyon Lake area. When the shelter changed hands in 2013, the new board members had quite a mess (literally and figuratively) to clean up. Years of mismanagement left the shelter in a deplorable condition. Volunteers stepped in, the community reached out and the shelter has indeed turned itself around.

Canyon Lake Animal Shelter is a no-kill facility, meaning that all adoptable animals will live at the shelter or in foster homes until they’re adopted. Recently, Canyon Lake has taken in and rehabilitated several (seemingly) “lost-cause” cases of demodex in dogs. Demodex (or demodectic mange) is a type of mange that, while usually treatable, requires a lot of time to heal and, in most traditional shelters, puts an animal on the fast-track to euthanization. CLASS prides itself on its dedication to these animals who wouldn’t survive in a traditional shelter and, not only healing them, but finding them wonderful homes, offering them a second chance at the life that every dog deserves.

Wine & Wag: Sunday, August 27

Dry Comal Creek Wine
Photo: Facebook/DryComalCreek

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