Ummm, no. “You make funny faces, but I love you anyway: Tank rubs noses with his owner, Curt Willis, at a press conference for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York. Tank is a Treeing Walker Coonhound, a breed competing in the show for the first time this year.” Photo: Seth Wenig, Associated […]
The affenpinscher “Banana Joe” nabbed the top prize at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Feb. 12 in New York City. Now more than 25,000 top dogs, including 2,131 from 41 countries, are expected to put their paws in the ring during Crufts, one of the largest dog shows in the world, which kicked off in Birmingham, England today. Show More Summary
Cruz, a champion dog who competed in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show earlier this year, has died. His owner and handler suspect a deliberate poisoning was the cause.
A show-dog owner says her prized pet died after possibly being poisoned while competing at the venerable Westminter Kennel Club show in February.Lynette Blue said her 3-year-old Samoyed named Cruz may have swallowed poison during the...Show More Summary
Cruz was a prizewinning Samoyed, a show dog who, in his short career, rose quickly to the top ranks. He competed in February’s Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. A week later, he was vomiting blood. Shortly thereafter, he was dead. According to a story in the New York Times, his handlers suspect foul play. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — A dog owner says she thinks there's a chance her prized pet was deliberately poisoned while competing at the Westminster Kennel Club show, causing it to die several days later.
The owner and the handler of a prizewinning Samoyed who died days after the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show suspect the dog was murdered. Cruz, 3, died on February 15th after he began vomiting blood while competing in a dog show in Ohio. Show More Summary
ABC News correspondent Nick Watt had a piece on “World News” the other night — which was repeated on “World News Now” and dozens of local ABC stations across the country — pegged to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show. The idea wasShow More Summary
On Sunday, the first day of the American Kennel Club's world-famous Westminster Dog Show, the New York Times published a takedown of the club, which we wrote about here. The Times story linked the A.K.C. to bad breeders, including puppy mills, describing how some registered breeders have been charged with animal cruelty, even though the A.K.C. Show More Summary
Last night, during intermission of Broadway’s “The Mystery of Edwin Drood," they announced a major last minute replacement: Banana Joe, the first Affenpinscher to win Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, would be in for the role of Macaco.
There were 2,721 entries from 187 breeds at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club dog show this year. Seven made it to Tuesday’s final — and two of those were co-owned by Washington’s Ellen Charles. To have one dog competing for Best of Show is huge; two is almost unheard of. Show More Summary
Banana Joe, the lovable affenpinscher who won best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York on Tuesday, has chosen Broadway for a victory lap.
In case you haven't picked up on it from our previous posts on this year's Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, Best In Show really did not lie. But we mean this in the nicest way possible (for the most part): the men wore ridiculouslyShow More Summary
This is the week of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which ended last night. Exhibitors find this prestigious show a great honor and privilege. Those who watch on television see some of the beautiful dogs, but there’s more to the competition and the event behind the scenes. Show More Summary
Banana Joe, an Affenpinscher, is fed filet mignon at Sardi's restaurant following his Best in Show win last night 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, in New York February 13, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is over, and as much as we appreciate admiring dogs who conform as closely as possible to the breed standard (which is considerable, but not so much as to give them awards for it), we're a bit relieved it's over. Show More Summary
BANANA JOOOOOOOOOOE! Congratulations to nine-year-old Affenpinscher Banana Joe, winner of the 2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. You are small and cute-ish, and we are all very proud of you. I hope you are enjoying a nice day at the dog spa to celebrate, with dog cucumbers over your dog eyes, and a pile of [...]
Well, what do we have here? Allow me to introduce you to Banana Joe, this year’s Westminster Kennel Club Best in Show. The five-year-old Affenpinscher snagged the trophy over the crowd favorite, an English sheepdog named Swagger. Best in Show judge Michael Dougherty said of the upset, “This little fella seemed to want it a [...]
137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show – Night 2 – Video Recap via Rickey.org Here's a video recap of the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show 2013 Night 2 featuring the Best in Show. I always root for the Sporting Group because that's where my dog CJ, Vizsla, belongs. Show More Summary
Winner of top dog competition heads to Broadway via Rickey.org The Best in Show winner at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is heading to Broadway. Not to see a show — to be in one. Oh how cute! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor