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ohmidog! is Looking for a Few Good Humans

ohmidog! (, the popular dog website, announces its newest feature -- a monthly award acknowledging individuals who go out of their way to help a dog or dogs. Nominations are welcome.

Winston-Salem, NC, October 21, 2011 --( Like a lot of dog lovers, ohmidog! – while loving all dogs -- is pretty picky about humans.

So often, they disappoint, behave in a disgusting manner or otherwise fail to live up to the qualities that led to the invention – simply by adding an “E” -- of the word humane.

But, regularly, some members of the species shine brightly, when it comes to dogs.

People going out of their way to do good things for dogs – like people who do bad things to dogs -- are a staple of ohmidog!, and it reports on them often. But now, its going to make it official.

Announcing: the ohmidog! “Human of the Month.”

Every month ohmidog! will feature a human who has gone to great lengths to help a dog or dogs – not for personal gain, not for the publicity, not because it’s their job, but out of the sheer goodness of their heart.

The public is invited to submit nominees for the honor by sending an email, with “Human of the Month” in the subject line, to, and include in it a photo (if available) and the reasons a particular human is worthy of the honor.

Dog-related companies interested in contributing to the award -- with cash, gift certificates, goods or services -- can contact them at that same email address.

All the winners, in addition to being the subject of a monthly post that links to all award fund sponsors, will be featured on a page of ohmidog!, called “Human of the Month,” where contributing companies will also be prominently displayed.

Nominees need not be big names, celebrities, or organizations; instead the award seeks to honor regular, unacknowledged individuals who, expecting nothing in return, did a good deed for a dog or dogs.

In a just world, all those who lend dogs a helping hand would be immediately rewarded, but it doesn’t always seem to work out that way.

Sometimes karma needs a helping hand, too.

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John Woestendiek

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