Here are the Best in Show entrants from each group:
Hounds: Scottish Deerhound “Claire”
Non-Sporting: Bulldog “Winter”
Sporting: German Shorthaired Pointer “Jade”
Working: Kuvasz “Mo’ne”
Herding: Pyrenean Shep “Sasha”
Toy: Affenpinscher “Chester”
Terrier: Lakeland Terrier “MM”
I always take an interest in who checks out my posts, and when I post about dog shows, there’s usually a huge following, but some of the groups do better than others. I will share with you on Sunday how many people looked at each group winner post from Thanksgiving’s National Dog Show, but for today, please tell me which group is your favorite. (I’ve not made it a secret that I love those hounds! But I will admit my absolute favorite breed is the Vizsla, from the sporting group.)
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Here are the competitors for Best in Show, having first won their individual groups:
Terriers: Wire Fox Vinnie
Non-Sporting: Standard Poodle Kam
Toys: Affenpinscher Chester
Hounds: Scottish Deerhound Claire
Sporting: English Springer Spaniel Teddy
Working: Portuguese Water Dog Bowie
Herding: Mini American Shepherd Jimmy
Stay tuned for the Best in Show winner!
A quick review of the group winners from tonight:
Hound Group: Long-Haired Dachshund GCHP DC Walmar-Solo’s OMG SL JE, better known as Burns
Toy Group: Havanese GCHG CH Oeste’s In The Name Of Love, aka Bono
Non-Sporting Group: Schipperke GCHP CH Rivendel’s Barefoot Bandit, call sign Colton
Herding Group: Bouviers des Flandres GCHS CH Quiche’s Major League, commonly called Baby Lars
For those of you following along at home, my ProPlan bracket is beyond busted.
Come back tomorrow for more Westminster coverage starting at about 1 pm.
Hound Group: Whippet
Herding Group: Old English Sheepdog
Working Group: Portuguese Water Dog
Terrier Group: American Staffordshire Terrier
Toy Group: Brussels Griffon
Sporting Group: English Springer Spaniel
Non-Sporting Group: French Bulldog
Excitement is building for the Best-in-Show competition, coming up next!