The Humane Society of the United States claims the American Kennel Club allegedly supports puppy mills, and other dubious breeding practices, in a report.
Sky became the 14th Best in Show win for the Wire Fox Terrier breed, and a Poodle named Ally was named Reserve Best in Show, but they faced stiff competition.
We’re in the middle of the 138th Westminster Dog Show, and here is a look at what some past “Best in Show” winners have been up to since winning the top title.
An in-depth look at The Westminster Dog Show, which takes place February 10 and 11 in New York City; here are some thing to expect from this year’s event.
They aren’t just for show: Meet four of the dogs competing in this year’s Westminster Show, including a mixed-breed pooch who’s entering the first Agility Trial.
A Doberman Pinscher, who’s competing for “Best in Show” at Westminster next week, performed a life-saving act three years ago, when he behaved strangely toward his owner.
Days after competing in the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, a Samoyed dog named Cruz suddenly became ill and died; his owner suspects foul play.
Didn’t make it to the 2011 Westminster Dog Show in New York City’s Madison Square Garden? You’re in luck, we’ve got the list of winners:The coveted Best in Show prize went to a Scottish Deerhound named Hickory, a five-year-old female from Virgina.Winner in the Working dog category: Ladybug, a Portuguese Water Dog. (Yep, same breed […]