Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
Miss P, the beagle that took home “Best in Show” at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, is celebrating her win with a nice juicy steak.
Wagging her tail a mile a minute, Miss P became America’s top dog Tuesday night by winning best in show in a big surprise at the Westminster Kennel Club.
The show draws nearly 3,000 competitors from around the world and features 192 breeds.
Talk about dog-eat-dog. For the 139th year, the finest canines will go head-to-head for the top honor at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Two new breeds and a bigger lineup of nimble agility competitors will bound into the Westminster Kennel Club dog show this year.
Kept in peak form by running up 15 flights of stairs at his hotel, the old English sheepdog that nearly won at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last year bounded to an early victory Monday.
A border collie named Kelso rocketed to a win in the Westminster Kennel Club’s new agility competition Saturday night, while a husky mix called Roo! ran away with the recognition afforded to mixed-breed dogs at the nation’s premier show for the first time since the 1800s.
The nation’s premier canine event is indeed opening the doggie door to mixed-breed competitors, which will be included in Westminster’s new agility trial.
A record 2,700 dogs will compete for the title of Best in Show at the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show today and tomorrow, and some have overcome great challenges to get there.
Malachy enjoyed the traditional victory meal at Sardi’s in the theater district on Wednesday. He had his favorite chicken and rice instead of steak.
This Peke was at his peak. Malachy the Pekingese wobbled off with best in show Tuesday night at the Westminster Kennel Club, becoming America’s dog to the delight of an adoring crowd that called his name.
The country’s most famous dog show – the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show – kicks off at Madison Square Garden today.
The 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show barks its way into the Big Apple this week, with the purebreeds strutting their stuff at Madison Square Garden. But before they name Best In Show, a pre-show party and fashion show was held to benefit New York City shelter animals.
A Golden Retriever has never won the Best in Show in the most prestigious dog show in the country? That is ludicrous!
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