Monday, June 15, 2015

“The World Dog Awards,” hosted by George Lopez, to return to the CW



Photo courtesy of hbo.com.

The CW Network announced that the second annual “World Dog Awards,” hosted by George Lopez, will return in Jan. 2016, honoring man’s best friend in a celebration with some of the most famous four-legged stars and the humans who love them. An airdate and time will be announced at a later date.

The awards honor some of the most talented and laudable pups on the planet, from furry film stars to social media darlings. 

Awards will include A List Dog, for the celebrity dog who made the biggest impact in media, Top TV Dog, Most Pawpular, awarded to the most famous dogs in social media, and Dog of the Year. Special recognition will also be given to service dogs, animal shelters around the country, and celebrity advocates.
Viewers will also have a chance to submit their own nominees on cwtv.com for their favorite cute canine YouTube stars, for best Performing Pups.


Last year’s “World Dog Awards,” winners ranged from viral sensations like Hank T. Dog, the unofficial adopted mascot of the Milwaukee Brewers, who won Dog of the Year, and TV star dogs like “Modern Family” celebrity dog “Stella,” to everyday dogs that made a positive impact in their communities.

For more information, visit www.cwtv.com.

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