The difference between a house and a home is love – and sometimes the smallest things are all it takes to fill that void. The latest Coldwell Banker advertising campaign, titled “Somebody to Love,” is a reminder of just that, as we follow two lost souls on a journey to find home.  This sentiment is also why Coldwell Banker founded the Homes for Dogs Project, a partnership with aimed at helping adoptable dogs find loving homes. Together, the pair has helped more than 20,000 dogs find homes and are poised to continue this effort throughout 2017. Because everyone deserves a loving home.

Finding Puppy Love at Home

Finding puppy love at home doesn’t always need to involve a puppy. Here are 3 reasons why an adult dog may be right for your home.

How to Make Space for a New Pet at Home

Getting a furry friend is always an exciting time, however, it’s definitely a good idea to make a few tweaks to your home and take some precautions to ensure a happy, healthy life for the newest...

How to Keep Your Dog Safe at Home

Our dogs show us unconditional love, so in return we should make sure they are as safe as possible in our homes. Here are some tips to keep in mind!

Homes For Dogs a Success in Rancho Cucamonga

Coldwell Banker Blackstone in Rancho Cucamonga participated in their first Homes For Dogs Project event this year. This project originally started in 2015, with a goal of reaching 20,000 adoptions...

Adoptable Shelter Dogs Find Their Forever Homes...

East Tennessee's Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors® knew they wanted to once again participate in the "Homes for Dogs" project to help find homes for adoptable shelter dogs in the...

A Homes for Dogs Project on NBC Open House

In this episode of NBC Open House, we met up with Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance to learn about their Homes for Dogs Project initiative in Long Beach, CA.
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