After the Westminster dog show, you may think you’re a pro, so prove it.
Swagger won over our hearts, even though he didn’t win Best in Show.
We asked a bunch of owners and trainers who they’d choose to play their dogs in a movie. George Clooney made the list.
He was the smallest dog in the Best in Show group, and his handler Ernesto Lara says “he is a small dog with a big heart.” Now that he’s won the big show, Banana Joe plans to retire back home in his birthplace, the Netherlands.
Bruno the Scotty has a big fan club.
In 136 years of competition, a Labrador retriever has never won Best in Show at Westminster, despite being the most popular dog in the U.S. for the last 22 years. This insanity must stop.
2,700 dogs enter, but only a handful can be champions!
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show ended yesterday, and these naughty pups were too busy partying to make it to the competition. Pass the doggy Advil.
This is Sake the pug, and he has a bone to pick with Mitt Romney (simply terrible…apologies). Sake was part of a protest outside of the Westminster Dog Show drawing attention to Romney’s Crate-Gate.
I’s a good thing her chow chow pup named Ghenghis Khan won Best In Breed today at Westminster or some might think this kind of silver-platter treatment was a bit on the extravagant side.
This morning, Martha Stewart’s adorable chow chow named Ghenghis Khan won best in his breed at Westminster. Photos and video — complete with Martha clapping, congratulating, and giving high fives — after the jump.
Bless sweet victor Sadie, but PETA would probably have rather seen chopped meat take the prize at Westminster over a purebreed. And by “chopped meat,” we mean boneless, gluten-free tofurkey. (P.S. I love my mutt!) View Image ›
PETA wants you to know that this week’s Westminster Dog Show was the moral equivalent of a canine Ku Klux Klan convention. Like, why would you support a thing that’s all about deciding which is the master race of dogs? Don’t answer that, but here are some articles and videos featuring PETA members dressed in Klan costumes that may or may not help you figure out whether dog shows are wrong or just kind of weird. Read More ›