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Northern Illinois University is accustomed to housing Huskies in the Convocation Center, but not the hundreds of terriers, poodles, Newfoundlands, bull mastiffs and other breeds that pranced throughout the building. The NIU Convocation Center hosted
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. "It is in the realm of possibility," Lynette Blue told The Associated
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...In the dog world, Westminster is the Oscars and Super Bowl combined a
This elite showcase for canine breeds has a lot of basic lessons for teaching good corporate behavior. Training dogs is all about setting the rules, teaching the boundaries, sticking to them and rewarding pups when they perform well...All too often
The Old English sheepdog was named reserve best in show (essentially runner-up) on Tuesday and remained a fan favorite throughout the final rounds of judging, drawing cheers from the crowd as he made his laps around the ring at Madison Square Garden.
The Best in Show winner at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is heading to Broadway...The Roundabout Theatre Company said Banana Joe, the 5-year-old affenpinscher who emerged triumphant Tuesday at America's premier dog competition, will appear for
On Tuesday, after his fourth consecutive breed victory at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, Magnum the Canaan dog from Davis got stopped on the streets of Manhattan while taking his morning walk. " 'Oh my God, that dog looks exactly like the dog
Banana Joe wins Best in Show at Westminster Dog Show. A 5-year-old Affenpinscher named Banana Joe has won Best in Show at New York's Westminster Dog Show, the New York Times reported. Reserve Best in Show was won by 20-month old Swagger, an Old
Romeo, the country's top-rated German pinscher owned by Magno Salva of Torrance, took the title of Select Dog. The merit award recognizes the top quality dog after Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex are chosen. Romeo's registered American Kennel
Brooke laid flat on a table, looking defeated. The 8-year-old Chow Chow had been knocked out in the first round of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Her owner, Linda Albert, sat quietly beside her, eating a sandwich and looking equally exhausted.