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Westminster dog show 2016
More than 2,700 dogs entered in the Westminster Kennel Club show. The started on Monday with a couple of clear favorites.
More than 2,700 dogs entered in the Westminster Kennel Club show. The started on Monday with a couple of clear favorites.
Maybelline, a 7-year-old Pug waits on the sidelines to compete in the agility portion. (Photo: AP)
Maybelline, a 7-year-old Pug waits on the sidelines to compete in the agility portion. (Photo: AP)
CJ, a German shorthaired pointer, is shown in the ring by his handler Valerie Nunes-Atkinson during the Best in Show competition at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club dog show. at Madison Square Garden in New York. CJ won Best in Show. (Photo: AP)
CJ, a German shorthaired pointer, is shown in the ring by his handler Valerie Nunes-Atkinson during the Best in Show competition at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club dog show. at Madison Square Garden in New York. CJ won Best in Show. (Photo: AP)
Bogie, a Samoyed, is shown in the ring by it's handler Andrew Green during the Working group competition. Bogie won best in Working group. (Photo: AP)
Bogie, a Samoyed, is shown in the ring by it's handler Andrew Green during the Working group competition. Bogie won best in Working group. (Photo: AP)
Uno remains most popular Westminster pooch. (Photo: AP)
Uno remains most popular Westminster pooch. (Photo: AP)
Rumor won the best in Herding group. (Photo: AP)
Rumor won the best in Herding group. (Photo: AP)
Heart, a Labrador, and her owner/handler, Linday Brennan, of Columbia, N.J., walk off the main ring after picking up her trophy for winning the obedience portion. (Photo: AP)
Heart, a Labrador, and her owner/handler, Linday Brennan, of Columbia, N.J., walk off the main ring after picking up her trophy for winning the obedience portion. (Photo: AP)
Kale Fordyce gives a clumber spaniel named Angus a kiss on the nose before the competition. (Photo: AP)
Kale Fordyce gives a clumber spaniel named Angus a kiss on the nose before the competition. (Photo: AP)
Panda, a shitzu, is inspected by the judge in the ring during the Toy group competition. Panda won best in Toy group. (Photo: AP)
Panda, a shitzu, is inspected by the judge in the ring during the Toy group competition. Panda won best in Toy group. (Photo: AP)
Molly, a 13-inch Beagle from Bangkok, Thailand, waits in the benching area to compete. (Photo: AP)
Molly, a 13-inch Beagle from Bangkok, Thailand, waits in the benching area to compete. (Photo: AP)
Sophie Rogers
Sophia Rogers celebrates with Kiarry's Back In The Saddle, an American foxhound, after winning the junior showmanship competition. (Photo: AP)
Sophie Rogers Sophia Rogers celebrates with Kiarry's Back In The Saddle, an American foxhound, after winning the junior showmanship competition. (Photo: AP)
Lucy won best in hound group. (Photo: AP)
Lucy won best in hound group. (Photo: AP)
Charlie, a skye terrier is shown in the ring by his handler Larry Cornelius during the Terrier group competition. Charlie won best in Terrier group. (Photo: AP)
Charlie, a skye terrier is shown in the ring by his handler Larry Cornelius during the Terrier group competition. Charlie won best in Terrier group. (Photo: AP)
Brussels griffons Karli, left, and Spice participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Brussels griffons Karli, left, and Spice participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Michelle Scott shows her Rhodesian ridgeback in the ring during the hound group competition. (Photo: AP)
Michelle Scott shows her Rhodesian ridgeback in the ring during the hound group competition. (Photo: AP)
Silver, left, Sirius, center, and Sterling of the Greater New York Havanese club participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Silver, left, Sirius, center, and Sterling of the Greater New York Havanese club participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Eva, a 5-year-old Russian tsvetnaya bolonka from Strausstown, Pa., participates in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Eva, a 5-year-old Russian tsvetnaya bolonka from Strausstown, Pa., participates in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Manny Comitini, of Stroudsburg, Pa., grooms Yukos, a Maltese, in the benching area.
Manny Comitini, of Stroudsburg, Pa., grooms Yukos, a Maltese, in the benching area.
Leslie Simis grooms Derek, a miniature poodle, gets groomed in the benching area. (Photo: AP)
Leslie Simis grooms Derek, a miniature poodle, gets groomed in the benching area. (Photo: AP)
Annabelle, a bulldog, is shown in the ring during the non-spoorting-group competition. Annabelle won the group.
Annabelle, a bulldog, is shown in the ring during the non-spoorting-group competition. Annabelle won the group.
Cora Vermillion, 5, of New York pets Nadia a Lowchen participating in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Cora Vermillion, 5, of New York pets Nadia a Lowchen participating in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Chinese cresteds Flashy, left, and Nettie from Ronkonkoma, N.Y., participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Chinese cresteds Flashy, left, and Nettie from Ronkonkoma, N.Y., participate in the meet the breed portion. (Photo: AP)
Handler carrying Charlie, a Skye terrier, to the judging table at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York. Charlie the Skye terrier was second to retired Miss P the beagle for best in show last year. (Photo: AP)
Handler carrying Charlie, a Skye terrier, to the judging table at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York. Charlie the Skye terrier was second to retired Miss P the beagle for best in show last year. (Photo: AP)