Westminster 2010 Ringside Report

by DFS-Pet-Blog on February 17, 2010

Blog Post Collection:
Westminster Preview Learn a little trivia about the Westminster Dog Show, and how the Drs. Foster and Smith ringside correspondent reporter at Westminster will share insights and photos with you.

Angel On A Leash Benefit Drs. Foster & Smith created a promotion for our customers that allowed us to raise and donate $52,760 to Angel On A Leash, a charity of the Westminster Kennel Club, in 2009.

Junior Showmanship Junior Showmanship has become a major facet of the dog show world. Children and teens, ages 9-17 participate, not only for the excitement of competition, but also to refine their handling skills, develop a sense of confidence, and enjoy the comradery that the sport offers.

A Day At the Garden Morning has dawned at the 134th Westminster Dog Show. The first breeds have entered the ring and the crowds are beginning to file in.

Night 1 – Group Competition Tonight we saw competition in the first four groups: Hound, Toy, Non-Sporting and Herding.

Day 2 At the Garden Excitement is high at Madison Square Garden as Day 2 of Westminster 2010 begins.

Night 2 – Group Competition Results for group competition on Tuesday, February 16, 2010: Sporting, Working and Terrier.

Best In Show Judge Elliot Weiss just awarded Best In Show at the 134th Annual Westminster Dog Show to the Scottish Terrier, Ch. Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot.

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