December 3, 2020

Jo Beth Taylor still loves her dog, helping raise money for Dogs’ Refuge Home Shenton Park

By haziqbinarif


It’s been almost 25 years since she sang about how much she loved her dog, and former TV host Jo Beth Taylor is ready to get in the doghouse this weekend.

The Perth personality is joining the Dogs’ Refuge Home in Shenton Park for its annual ‘In the Doghouse’ fundraiser on Sunday.

Ronald McDonald House Charities VIP Ball Family Lunch at Crystal Club on Friday November 13th, 2020.
Jo Beth Taylor 
Picture by John Koh.
Camera IconJo Beth Taylor at the Ronald McDonald House Charities VIP Ball Family Lunch at Crystal Club on Friday November 13th, 2020. Credit: John Koh/The West Australian

She will spend time in the kennel from 10.30am until noon to help raise money and awareness for the rescue charity.

The Tate Family Foundation will match funds raised up to $25,000 and the event is open to the public to participate, donate or watch.

In 1996 Taylor recorded the song ‘I Love My Dog’, which was featured on the soundtrack for 101 Dalmatians.

Taylor was a prominent fixture on Australian TV screens during the 1990s, working on shows like Hey Hey it’s Saturday, and Australia’s Funniest Home Videos.

The Perth-born star returned to screens in 2016 as a contestant on season two of Australia’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here, where she was eliminated sixth.



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