Westminster Kennel Club – the force behind the big dog show in New York this week at The Garden – has released a new app. I was delighted to see that our own CH. Jackpot! Money Money Money, CGC, ROM is the representative of French Bulldogs! Download the app, click on Breeds > French Bulldog and there is Money!
Money is sitting on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge wondering what all the fuss is about. He was humble that way!
Here is a bit about how many dogs are entered and yes, the DOG Show will go on – no matter the weather!
2,721 DOGS MAKE THE LARGEST ENTRY IN 15 YEARS FOR THE 137th WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW
Golden Retrievers (61), Labradors (54) and Rhodesian Ridgebacks (50) lead the way; Entries come from all 50 states, most from New York (287) and California (228)
Entries from all 50 states and several foreign countries have helped to give the 137th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, to be held in New York City on February 11-12, 2013, its largest entry in 15 years – 2,721 dogs – as America’s Dog Show extends its standing as the second-longest continuously-held sporting event in this country.
There are entries in all of the 187 breeds and varieties eligible for this year’s show. Golden Retrievers lead the way with 61, followed by Labrador Retrievers (54), Rhodesian Ridgebacks (50), French Bulldogs (46), Australian Shepherds (43) and Chinese Cresteds (40). There are 73 total entries in three varieties of Dachshunds. Five breeds have single entries: Plott, Anatolian Shepherd Dog, Kuvasz, Norwegian Lundehund and Entlebucher Mountain Dog.
For dogs with a fear of thunderstorms, spring and summer and the infamous 4th of July fireworks can be super scary events. Fear can range from a bit of nervousness and unease to sheer “tearing at the walls, yelping and peeing everywhere” panic.
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