Build a 2022 Homearama Home!

This year, you could come home from HOMEARAMA® with something very special, like a new furry companion or a designer dog house for your best friend.

On October 2nd and 3rd, the FURever HOME @ HOMEARAMA® event brings pets to meet, greet or even adopt to the show. Various pet shelter organizations will be on hand with cats and dogs eager to meet home show attendees. The welfare organizations will also provide information on how people can support them through donations or volunteering.

While FURever HOME has been part of the show for five years, in 2021, pet lovers will find another reason to put HOMEARAMA® on their calendars: This year, we’ve teamed up with the Great Oaks Career Campus Construction Program to construct four custom dog houses that will be on display and up for auction. With help from industry partners, Great Oaks students have designed and built the dog houses around fun themes. The finished dog houses (4 total) will be displayed in a prominent area for the entire HOMEARAMA® 2021 Show (9.18.21-10.3.21)

About Campbell County Furever Friends
FURever Friends is a 501c3 non-profit organization serving Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, that strives to provide resources for all animals in need, promote animal rescue adoptions, and educate for responsible pet ownership.

Special THANKS to our building and materials partners:
Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati
HOMEARAMA® 2021
Great Oaks Career Campuses
84 Lumber

Special THANKS to our dog house design partners:
Dead Low Brewing
Anderson Art Collaborative
MoonDoggie LIVERee

Auction Beneficiary:
Campbell County Furever Friends

Bid on Your Favorite

Enter your name and email address to bid on one of these custom dog houses. Proceeds go to Campbell County FURever Friends.

Making it Happen

Construction crews from Great Oaks student and adult classes built the dog houses with material support from the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati and 84 Lumber, the nation’s largest privately held supplier of building materials, manufactured components and industry-leading services for single- and multi-family residences and commercial buildings.

The auction beneficiary is FURever Friends Shelter, a nonprofit organization that strives to provide resources for all animals in need, promote animal rescue adoptions and educate for responsible pet ownership.

On display at HOMEARAMA® will be the following:

Dead Low Dogs

#DOGSDRINKFREE

Presented by Dead Low Brewing

Built by Great Oaks Career Campus construction students

Partner: Dead Low Brewing

Dog House Theme: Dead Low Dogs

Dead Low Brewing is a craft brewery and dog friendly neighborhood destination located in Cincinnati, Ohio. What's the meaning of Dead Low? It’s the story of navigating uncertain waters in service of your crew and the communities you meet along the way. We invite you to visit Dead Low Brewing and look forward to meeting you!

The Great Outdoors

Presented by MoonDoggie LIVERee

Built by Nikki Gerber, Great Oaks adult construction program

Graduate and owner: Moondoggie LIVERee

Dog House Theme: The Great Outdoors

Built by a Great Oaks Construction Graduate and Anderson Township Resident, Nikki Gerber, who is also founder/owner of MoonDoggie LIVERee in Adams County, Ohio. Come Discover Wonder & Possibility in Adams County, OH. MoonDoggie LIVERee is a kayak & canoe rental company providing access to Adams County’s best kept secrets!

Dog-ZEBO

Presented by Anderson Art Collaborative

Built by Great Oaks Career Campus construction students.

Dog House Theme: Dog Zebo

The Anderson Art Collaborative is a new organization in Anderson Township Ohio. By designing unique pop-up art experiences throughout Anderson Township in order to involve, excite and connect the communities in a meaningful way through art.

Bark Twain

#DOGSDRINKFREE

Presented By: Dead Low Brewing

Dog House Theme: Bark Twain

Dead Low Brewing is a craft brewery and dog friendly neighborhood destination located in Cincinnati, Ohio. What is Dead Low? Dead Low is a river term used by boat pilots that measure the depth of water. One of the boat pilot calls is "Mark Twain" which means two fathoms deep, the last boat pilot call before you run around is called "Dead Low". Samuel Clemens piloted riverboats along the Ohio River. You probably know Samuel Clemens by his pen name Mark Twain - Bark Twain is the Dead Low version.