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English Setter Ch. Daro of Maridor, who went Best in Show at Westminster in 1938, before he had even turned a year old.
The days following the Westminster Kennel Club show are always a good time to ponder the sport of purebred dogs. It’s one of the best occasions of the year for people in the dog fancy, as well as the general public, to see some of the finest dogs of all breeds. It’s not unusual to hear calls... Read More

George Ward with the Scottish Terrier Ch. Braeburn’s Close Encounter, #1 All Breeds 1983. Photo Martin Booth. Courtesy Bo Bengtson.
As we face the future, do we let go of the past? Or should we try to return to the “glory days” of yesterday?  Read More

The Morris & Essex show, shown here in 2010, is held only every five years because of the high cost of producing it. Photo courtesy Morris & Essex Kennel Club.
What does it cost to put on a dog show? Is it lucrative? Read on for the answers. Read More
Cyberbullying has entered our sport in many guises, tand no one is exempt from being targeted. Nowadays, everyone is fair game. Read More

Walter Goodman and 1969's Westminster Best in Show winner, Skye Terrier Ch. Glamoor Good News.
Westminster and New York City are forever etched together in the minds of dog-show aficionados as well as anyone else who ever heard of a dog show.  Read More
For decades, Mary Bloom was a familiar presence at Westminster, with her long tresses and flowing skirts to match. And a camera. Always a camera. Read More

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