Posts with tag Westminster Kennel Club


WKC — Day One

A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. Colin Powell I expect most of us saw the Group Winners or least heard a Twitter on it. Big Beagle, Shih Tzu, Standard Poodle. Old English Sheepdog. So far the Vegas odds-makers are two for four. Curtiss’ Pom, Group 2, was… read more


Krews Reviews: Post Garden Pick-Me-Ups

The Krew congratulates everyone that made the trek to New York City for the beloved Westminster Kennel Club and … made it home! Travel was challenging at both ends of the trip, with extended, unplanned stays for many exhibitors. We loved WKC’s innovative socmedia use–the chat room was terrific. And of course, hats off to… read more


Three Breeds to Debut at Westminster

This year the Westminster Kennel Club welcomes three new breeds to the green carpet: the Rat Terrier (entry 20), The Portuguese Podengo Pequeno (entry 8) and the Chinook (entry 4). We want to thank Westminster Kennel Club & the breed clubs for working with us to introduce our audience to these unqiue breeds. RAT TERRIER… read more


Tasting Table – The Bleeding Edge Restaurant Magazine

Do you wonder where the in-crowd sources their information on top restaurants, food festivals & chi-chi cocktail bars? Are you tired of inauthentic, inaccurate reviews from “crowd sourced” sites. No need to be disappointed any longer, Tasting Table ( is THE online resource for reviews, reservations and even recipes from top restaurants. The magazine is… read more

6 Organizations that provide Therapy Dogs for Vets

1. Hero Dogs, Inc. Hero Dogs, Inc. is a non-profit organization that trains and provides the services of therapy dogs for wounded veterans. Some war veterans, who have served in US Armed Forces, are wounded, injured, or even partially disabled. All dogs trained by this organization are prepared to assist those war heroes, so the… read more

Take The Lead: 20 years of Helping Dog People – 2,500 Members, $3.5 Million in Aid

The dog fancy is not always for the faint of heart. The life blood of dog shows is competition, and since the success of anyone — dog or person — is predicated on the fact that others should lose, you might think those of us who are seriously involved in dog shows must be a… read more

Show Dogs Dual Lives – Giving Back Part 1

Being a therapy dog is a perfect second career for many of our show dogs. In fact, many show dogs are naturals for this kind of work. Your average show dog has just about seen it all, heard it all and done it all. He has walked on slippery cement floors, shiny linoleum and carpet… read more

Westminster 2014 Judging Panel Released

The judging panel for the 2014 Westminster Kennel Club dog show was released this week, and heading the list is Betty Regina Leininger of Frisco, Texas, who will judge Best in Show. The 138th edition of this iconic event will take place in New York City February 10 and 11, 2014. A native of Newfoundland, Canada,… read more

On the right, Ch. Lake Cove That’s My Boy, then Ch. Fairview’s No Nonsense, Ch. Whisperwind On a Carousel and Ch. Spotlight’s Spectacular.

A Last Bit of Westminster

Westminster is over for the year, and Best In Show Daily has covered it from almost every angle. But there’s one more bit of history and sentiment I want to share with our readers. Many people noticed during the Toy Group judging that Dennis McCoy was wearing an unusual cummerbund, although it was difficult to… read more


Westminster 2013 – Tuesday Night

The final day of judging at Westminster is coming to an end, with only three Groups and Best in Show left to judge. We’ve heard so many nice reports about the venue at Piers 92/94, with the only complaint being that if someone is showing numerous breeds and in both piers it can be impossible… read more

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