Nearly 3,000 dogs are competing to win Best in Show at the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York.
A fluffed-up bichon frise named Flynn took home the Best in Show award at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday night, but not everyone was cheering him on. To hear the Associated Press tell it, it was a moment of disbelief for those sitting on the sidelines. Show More Summary
Below, please find a statement from PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange in response to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show’s Best in Show winner, a bichon frise: Every... The post PETA Statement on ‘Best in Show’ Westminster Winner appeared first on PETA.
The five-year-old beat nearly 3,000 other dogs for the coveted title "Best in Show."
A bichon frise named Flynn was crowned "best in show" at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday, wagging his tail to triumph over nearly 3,000 dogs entered in the world-renowned contest for pure-bred canines. "Every time...Show More Summary
Flynn the Bichon Frise won Best in Show at the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show! The adorable pup beat out 2,882 other competitors and rose to the top of over 200 breeds to be named to the honor on Tuesday (February 13) in New York City. The breed has not been named Best [...]
While the Winter Olympians might be carving up medal after medal in Pyeongchang, a very good girl named Flynn has been named top dog in New York City. Taking out "Best in Show" at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison...Show More Summary
Flynn triumphed over the more than 2,880 dogs that competed in the world-renowned contest for pure-bred canines.
Even the most prestigious pooches in the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where top dog will be crowned "Best of Show" on Tuesday, are still cuddly canines at heart. "Biggie is a goof," said Esteban Farias, handler of a...Show More Summary
A borzoi, pug, bichon frise and border collie won Monday's group competitions at the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and will vie for the contest's top prize. More than 2,880 dogs from 201 breeds and varieties were set to compete, according to organizers of the United States' second-oldest sporting event. Show More Summary
Gender equality has become a red hot issue, and at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, male dogs win the coveted prize almost twice as often as female dogs. Nathan Rousseau Smith reports.
Winners were crowned in the herding, hound, toy and non-sporting groups on Monday night.
This week, the Westminster Kennel Club is hosting its popular annual dog show, where canines of all shapes and sizes get to strut their stuff in front of discerning judges. Seems like harmless fun, but many purebred dogs are, or soon will be, in poor physical health - the result of an emphasis on cosmetic, and not functional, physical characteristics. More »
This week's Westminster Kennel Club competition is best known for the dog crowned best in show, but it's also a showcase for young handlers.
The 2018 Westminster Dog Show is an event for talented, well-trained dogs. Some of America's most obedient dogs will gather in the 142nd edition of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which will begin 8 a.m. ET on Monday. You can watch...Show More Summary
The Westminster Kennel Club annual dog show is underway in New York. The competition is best known for the dog crowned best in show, but it's also a showcase for young handlers who sometimes go up against grown-ups. (Feb. 12)
What: Several “German shepherds” and “beagles”—the breeds of two recent years’ winners—will descend on the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday with signs proclaiming, “Best in Show... The post Westminster Dog Show Blasted for Big Role in Homeless-Animal Crisis appeared first on PETA.
A German shepherd who recovered from a shattered leg to become one of the favorites at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show had his comeback cut short on the first day of competition Monday.
No cable, no problem. Get your fix of pretty puppers through the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Twitter feed.