i-5 Publishing Recognized by The Dog Writers Association of America in Annual Writers Competition

Honored with three wins and 15 nominations across multiple print and
digital categories

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–i-5 Publishing, a leading media technology company, today announced that
it was honored by The Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) in its
2015 Writing Competition.

The company and writers associated with the company received 15
nominations and won three awards, including:

  • Magazines – Category: Annual, Special Interest, or Any Other Subject

    • Puppies 101
  • Books – Category: Club Special Publications

    • The AKC New Complete Dog Book
  • Special Awards – The Adoptashelter.com Adopt a Homeless Dog Award

    • Rachel Phelps, “10 Ways to Help Animals,” Petcha.com

“We are happy to be recognized once again by the DWAA for our
dog-centric writing and publishing excellence across print and digital,”
said i-5 Publishing chief executive officer, Keith Walter. “These awards
are a true testament to the hard work and dedication of our teams and
our ongoing commitment to the canine world.”

The winners were announced at the DWAA banquet on February 14, 2016, at
the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City. The event precedes the annual
Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Winners received the prestigious DWAA Maxwell Medallion, named in honor
of the late Maxwell Riddle, who co-founded the 81-year-old organization.
Sponsors also awarded cash grants for special writing awards.

Other nominations for the company and associated writers, included:

  • Category: Magazines, Single, Related, or All-Breed

    • Dogs in Review
  • Category: Magazine Articles, Health or General Care

    • Deb Eldredge, DVM, “P is for Prostate,” Dogs in Review
  • Category: Magazine Articles, Rescue

    • Meredith Wargo, “Aged to Perfection,” Rescue Me
  • Category: Article/Columns – Art or Any Other Topic

    • Meredith Wargo, “Spay/Neuter Progress Report,” Rescue Proud
  • Category: Special Award: North Shore Animal League America Award

    • Kelly Cabell Pulley, “Diversity,” Dogster.com
  • Category: Online Articles or Blog – Health and General Care

    • Deb Eldredge, DVM, “Dog Bones and Safety,” Petcha.com
  • Category: Online Article or Blog – Rescue

    • Meredith Wargo, “The Plight of Greyhounds Abroad,” Rescueproud.com
  • Category: Opinions/Editorials

    • Allan Reznik, “Showable vs. Show Quality,” Dogs in Review
  • Category: Special Award: The Captain Haggerty Award for Best
    Training Book or Article

    • Teoti Anderson, “The Ultimate Guide to Dog Training,” i-5 Press
  • Category: Books – Rescue or Adoption

    • Tracy Libby, “The Rescued Dog Problem Solver,” i-5 Press
  • Category: Books – Training or Sports

    • Teoti Anderson, “The Ultimate Guide to Dog Training,” i-5 Press
  • Category: Special Award: DWAA Pat Santi Memorial Friends of Rescue

    • Meredith Wargo, “Aged to Perfection,” Rescue Me

About i-5 Publishing

i-5 Publishing is a leading media technology company that creates
remarkable content focusing on lifestyle experiences for avid
enthusiasts and informed specialty audiences. Our dedicated
professionals ideate, design, and create iconic content and services
that deliver audiences across all platforms. Founded in 2013, i-5
Publishing is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. For more information,
visit www.i5publishing.com.

About The Dog Writer’s Association of America

Dog Writers Association of America
is the most recognized
professional writing association devoted to dogs. Founded on February 13th,
1935, by a group of editors and publishers invited to the Westminster
Kennel Club, the DWAA now includes over 500 members. DWAA encompasses
all aspects of the world of dog writing and publishing – showing,
performance, behavior, training, health, and the human-animal bond. For
81 years, DWAA has helped members share ideas for articles, helped with
interviews, and discussed fees and contracts. For editors and
publishers, DWAA recommends members, helps with topics for articles, and
suggests sources and interview subjects. For more information visit the
newly relaunched web site www.dogwriters.org,
follow us on Facebook
at Dog Writers Association of America or on twitter
at @DWAA_US.


i-5 Publishing
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