DOG WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 2015 WRITING COMPETITION
Leila Grandemange thanks the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) and judges for the following Award Nominations in the 2015 writing competition. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!
- Nomination for EXCELLENCE in Books— A Breeder’s Companion
- Special Award Nomination, The Adoptashelter.com Adopt a Homeless Dog Award—“That’s What Friends Are For”( Article published in the Royal Spaniels Magazine)
- Poetry Award Nomination: The James Colasanti, Jr.Poetry Award
The Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) is “the most recognized professional writing association devoted to dogs.”
BOOK SIGNING—AKC RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERS DAY 2015
Leila was delighted to be invited to participate in the Responsible Dog Owners Day held annually by theTrap Falls Kennel Club. Not only was she able to share her books and do an author signing, but the highlight was being able to watch her dogs interact with children.
A little girl asked if she could read to Toby and Glory (the pups Leila brought along), and groups of kids sat with her pups throughout the day to soak in their love, cuddles and kisses.
To learn more about Responsible Dog Ownership and reading to children visit this LINK.
GLORY AND TOBY PUP SHARING THEIR CUDDLES AND KISSES!
Nomination for Book Award, DWAA writing competition, 2014
The Dog Writers Association of America presented Leila Grandemange with a Certificate of Nomination for EXCELLENCE in the category of BOOKS for her book Pawz and Pray, Short Reflections about God, Life, and the Dogs I Love!
Leila is grateful to the DWAA for this honor. The Dog Writers Association of America is “the most recognized professional writing association devoted to dogs.” — DWAA.
Leila was honored to receive the prestigious AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Public Service Award in 2013 for her article, The BEST GIFT You Will Ever Give Your Dog, which was published in the The Royal Spaniels Magazine.
The award is offered by the Dog Writers Association Of America (DWAA) at their annual writing competition and sponsored by the American Kennel Club.
The Dog Writers Association of America is “the most recognized professional writing association devoted to dogs.”— DWAA.