With the Westminster Kennel Club dog show recently on TV, it inevitably stirs debate about purebred dogs. These days, a vocal segment of the population detests purebred dogs and their breeders. Whether this is a class issue, a generational...Show More Summary
We were not able to make our annual pilgrimage to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show this year, so we had to settle for watching the televised portions on the couch with the Drug and Device Law Rescued Ragamuffins. And the cat. (We...Show More Summary
We spent some time this week getting to know the best and absolute worst dogs from the 2016 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, and our main takeaway? Any dog can claim they are a very good dog, yes indeed you are, yes yes, so very good—but...Show More Summary
It was a dramatic night at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. CJ, a three-year-old German shorthaired pointer, pulled off an upset to steal Best in Show from Rumor, a German shepherd and the presumed heir apparent to the title. And that was just on stage. Bryan Armen Graham, deputy sports editor of The Guardian...
This Leonberger wants his treats... #westminsterdogshowhttps://t.co/7v71LOIst6 — Curt Mosdell (@MrSDHab) February 17, 2016 The 140th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is generally a purebred, highbrow, no jokes affair. But this leonberger had ideas that didn't center around rigid competition as he went on his run around the show circle. Show More Summary
Good morning. It is Thursday, Feb. 18. A 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer from Temecula is “Best in Show,” according to the Westminster Kennel Club. Congratulations to California Journey. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES Exide cleanup Gov. Jerry Brown is calling...
The first day of the 2016 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was filled to the brim with the cutest inbred dogs in the entire country. Day two, however, was mired in controversy—former champion Uno the beagle was ejected from the premises, dogs were forced to pose with stuffed animals, and a shorthaired pointer was named Best In Show. Show More Summary
CJ, a 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer from Temecula, is bringing home the kibble after earning the prestigious “Best in Show” title at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show Tuesday night. After winning in the sporting group, the photogenic pup went on to beat out six other dogs for the top...
At the Westminster dog show last night, California Journey, a German shorthaired pointer, won Best in Show. To the untrained eye, California Journey's rise to the top may appear to be a trick of luck and genetics, but appearances are deceiving. The road to top dog is a laborious one, filled... More »
The Westminster Kennel Club crowned a new champion dog on Tuesday night, as California Journey (CJ for short) was named Best in Show at Madison Square Garden. Here’s what you need to know about America’s new favorite dog. What kind of dog is C.J.? A German shorthaired pointer. The American Kennel Club describes such canines […]
Wednesday: Results of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, sunnier weather, and how to hack the lamp posts in Central Park.
A handsome German shorthaired pointer was proclaimed Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club's Annual Dog Show. The dog, whose full name is GCH Vjk-Myst Garbonita's California Journey, is also mercifully known as CJ. He's the third pointer to take the honors in the competition's history. [ more › ]
The Westminster Kennel Club dog show is a time for abandoning all other activities and looking at endless photos of pups. One photographer, Elias Weis Friedman (or @thedogist), has made it so much easier with his photo documentary series "about the beauty of dogs." His series captures photos of dogs... More »
NEW YORK, Feb 16 (Reuters) - A German shorthaired pointer named CJ won "Best in Show" at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York on Tuesday, besting more than 2,700 contestants over the two-day competition. Westminster,...Show More Summary
The Dogist, aka Elias Weiss Friedman, is spending the day at the Westminster Kennel Club Show shooting canine glamour shots, and the results are predictably fantastic. Friedman excels at capturing the most snoot-boopable pups possible, and the Westminster offers an embarrassment of riches. Plus, the little details he snags about each dog are priceless.
Three-year-old CJ, a male German shorthaired pointer, was named best in show at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night.
After a fierce competition, CJ, a 3-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer, was named Best in Show at the 140th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday. CJ beat six other dogs in the...Show More Summary
SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue if you don’t want to know what happened during the 2016 Westminster Dog Show! Best in show has been announced at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which took place on Tuesday (February 16) at Madison Square Garden in New York City. CJ, the German shorthaired pointer, won the [...]
Well, this pup didn't win the Best in Group, but it did get away with some additional treats. During the Working Dog category of the 140th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday, a hungry Leonberger decided to steal theShow More Summary
Wesley the Dandie Dinmont terrier could feel confident of at least one win at the Westminster Kennel Club, since he was the only contestant Tuesday for best of his venerable breed.But while Dandies have been part of Westminster since its 1877 beginning, they've never won best in show. Nor have...