The Dogs of Kokomo

On any given day, you will find one of these friendly pooches running around the winery in hopes of a pat on the head or a belly rub.
Shea: Shea comes to us from 4 generations of Champion Retrievers.  She is known to be an amazing bird dog, but her true passion is the work she does at Kokomo Winery with Larri Ann and the Kokomo Staff. Shea happily checks in with all of Kokomo’s neighbors, and walks the property, looking and acting as if she is the keeper of Timber Crest Farms. Shea is our number one greeter. She is always so excited to escort you into the winery for an experience you will never forget. You can always find our loveable Lab lounging in the tasting room, or snooping around for her favorite treat to pair with her favorite varietal, the Dry Creek Zinfandels!
Westdale:  Westdale comes to us from the Guide Dogs of the Blind. Shortly after starting his training, Westdale realized he loved the idea of simply having fun. His loving, outgoing personality is a perfect fit for Ross and the Kokomo family. His favorite time of the day in when he arrives to work and gets to enjoy the morning routine of play time with Shea and the rest of the Timber Crest 4-legged friends. You can always find Westdale happily greeting the Kokomo guests with an excited smile. Westdale is under age, so as far as we know he has no favorite varietal, but we have seen him sneaking his dad’s favorite, the “Cabernet Sauvignon”. It’s looking like he might be a Cab Lab!
Tule: Tule, a purebred mutt, was adopted from Cal State Dog Rescue in 2015, and now spends most of her days snoring under our Office Manager, Kaley's desk in the office of Kokomo. Her time is mostly spent napping, but when she's away from "her" desk, she enjoys romping through the vineyards with the other winery dogs, and begging for treats in the tasting room. She can be a bit shy at first, but warms up quickly and will always take as much love as she can get. She's known to be quite the attention seeker. Although Tule is under-age, she does quite enjoy the occasional slurp out of her mom's glass of the pink stuff when she's not looking. It looks like we have an up-and-coming Rosé fanatic in the making!