Homes for Woofs is a charitable effort that raises funds for needy organizations. Peggy Blair, a realtor by trade, is the organizer. She "encourages" builders or crafts people or those who might be inclined, to design and build custom dog houses. They are then auctioned off and the proceeds donated to charity. This year, that charity is Bee Meadow Farm, a sanctuary for abused and abandoned farm animals.
I was asked to be a judge, along with Alan Neal of CBC Radio. We did our best to decide which dog house was the best, and we had some fun along the way.