The Search Continues... for America's Top Dogs

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The American Dogs of Distinction is searching for America's Top Dogs for inclusion in the First Edition of the American Dogs of Distinction. Destined to be a collector's item, this first edition publication is a comprehensive historical compilation of biographical profiles and achievements made by 'American Dogs of Distinction' as well as being a colorful and informative history of dogs and activities they are involved in.

The American Dogs of Distinction announced today that they have extended their deadline for nominations for America's Top Dogs. The new deadline is June 30, 2007.

The nationwide search continues for America's Top Dogs! Nominations for inclusion in the '2007 American Dogs of Distinction' are currently being accepted on their company's website http://american-dogs-of-distinction.com. So far, the response is overwhelming. Prominent dogs from all sectors are being nominated. The overall excitement is increasing as the news is spreading about this monumental under-taking to compile the first-ever comprehensive record of America's Top Dogs.

Amongst America's top dogs are search & rescue dogs, guide dogs, working dogs, performance dogs, therapy dogs, k9 & other law enforcement dogs, movie and TV stars, service dogs, obedience and conformation stars, Register of Merit (ROMs), top producers in each breed, Versatility Champions and of course America's very special pampered pets. Dogs that are accepted into this publication might be top ranking dogs (in conformation, obedience, agility, herding, etc) and/or are the extraordinary working, service, assistance or therapy dogs. They are dogs that 'make a difference' in our lives and the lives of others.

Jill Lanese, CEO of The American Dogs of Distinction has announced that several prominent people involved in dogs have come on-board as members of the Advisory Board and Panel of Expert including Dr. Jean Dodds (prominent veterinarian noted for her outstanding contributions to health awareness in dogs and founder of Hemopet - a blood bank for animals [http://hemopet.com/) and Dr. Bonnie Bergin author and the founder of the concept of assistance dogs (http://www.assistancedog.org/). The American Dogs of Distinction continues to add additional panel experts and welcomes inquiries from prominent people involved in dogs who would like to volunteer their time.

Discussions are underway with potential sponsors to provide an array of exciting gifts to those dogs that are accepted into this monumental first edition publication of the 2007 American Dogs of Distinction. Those companies interested in sponsoring the American Dogs of Distinction should contact Jill Lanese at: info@american-dogs-of-distinction.com.

Nominations are being accepted on-line at: http://american-dogs-of-distinction.com/nominate.html.

Pre-publication ordering of the 2007 American dogs of Distinction is now available on the company's website: http://american-dogs-of-distinction.com. Discount and wholesale pricing is available to dog registries, clubs, bookstores, etc. Please send inquiries to: info@american-dogs-of-distinction.com.

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