Doggie Dream House auction to benefit no-kill animal shelter

AAWL

Leading architects and interior designers are showcasing one-of-a-kind hangouts for pampered pooches during a fundraiser this month to benefit the Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA.

The “Wine for Woofs, Beer for Barks” fundraiser features a designer dog house contest and auction, “paw-picked” wines and beers paired with appetizers, silent auction, raffle, photo booth and live music.

The “Wine for Woofs, Beer for Barks” fundraiser features a number of designer dog house -- including  “BowHaus” -- as part of a fundraiser to benefit AAWL.

The “Wine for Woofs, Beer for Barks” fundraiser features a number of designer dog house — including “BowHaus” — as part of a fundraiser to benefit AAWL.

From the clean, classic lines of the “BowHaus” to the mid-century modern “Palm Springs Pooch Palace,” dog lovers can bid on a dog house created by one of the Phoenix area’s premiere designers while helping homeless pets.

Leading architectural and interior design firms were invited to design and build dream houses for dogs in a competition that will benefit Arizona’s oldest and largest no-kill animal shelter.

After judging, the seven dog houses will be auctioned at a unique event that will also include wine and beer, appetizers, live music, a silent auction, raffle prizes and photo booth.

The event takes place 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19 at Facings of America Scottsdale showroom, 16421 N. 90th St., Scottsdale.

All proceeds will go to the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA of Phoenix.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the event. To purchase tickets and for more info go to https://aawl.org/events/wine-woofs-beer-barks.

The event is sponsored by Facings of America, which operates showrooms in Phoenix and Scottsdale displaying natural stone, ceramic, porcelain, glass, terracotta, and other interior design and architectural products.

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