Robyn Price and Her Rescue, Sully

Coldwell Banker strongly believes in giving back to the communities they serve.

“We’re a part of the community so giving back is just a natural part of what we do,” Robyn Price, Coldwell Banker Residential, Lakewood.

Throughout the city, they help organize pet adoption events. As a company, their sole purpose is helping people find homes so helping dogs find homes is a natural fit.

Price isn’t sure how they got involved in Homes for Dogs, but she’s been active for years and this year, she’s taking it up a notch.

Inspired by Dallas CASA’s Parade of Playhouses – the annual fundraiser that takes place at NorthPark – Price had an idea. What if they built and raffled doghouses, too?


If I had my way, I’d weave canine characterizations and puppy puns into every single article I write for It would admittedly be a challenge for a real estate blog, but homes are just better with pets. (And totally stageable too.) That’s why you paws-itively should head to Watters Creek in Allen this weekend for a mega pet adoption event, “Peace, Love, and Paws” on Saturday, April 28 from 1 to 5 p.m.


Because everyone deserves a loving home.

Coldwell Banker is a big name in helping people find homes. But on Saturday, Sept. 9, they’re adding some new clients to their roster – the four-footed, tail-wagging sort. In partnership with, Coldwell Banker founded the Homes for Dogs Project in 2015 with the goal of helping our canine friends find homes during National Pet Adoption Weekend.  Last year alone, the partnership homed over 22,000 dogs.

Realtor Cody Farris joined the event this year and is passionate about making it a success. “This is a cause that has already made a big difference, and I wanted to see if we could take it to the next level this year,” he said.

A lifelong animal-lover, Farris takes his responsibilities to these furry clients personally. “I grew up with dogs and I’m a big pet person,” he added. “This is really close to my heart.”