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The eyes of the King's designated wire fox's eyes took the crown at the 143rd Kennel Club Club Dog Show. The "Best in Show" is to win the 15th string fox cylinder.
"You know, I love you all," said Peter Green's judge as it was before the final buyers. "All of you." Then, Green, who spent many years in his own craftsmanship as a professional dog handler for a pill, he raised his hand and paid attention to the dog that he most liked. "It's best to show."
The king is 7 years old "as well as he gets," said Green, according to the United States of America Today. "The head, the sentence. Everything is really, as well as it gets. And then the handle is in perfect condition."
"I am the King, it's like a beautiful painting, a piece of art," said Gabriel Rangel, the king's handler, earlier in the day. "The way it stands and does it, it's the whole package."
Two days ago, the judges dropped the field from 2,800 dogs in 203 inches, to seven – the best specimen from each breed. Then, late Tuesday, the field fell to it when Michigan's skipper named Colton was ineligible control due to a conflict of interest. (One of the owners has a distant work relationship "by the Green judge, write the dog handler.)
Judgments of the best dog decide to compare the dog with the ideal standards of the race themselves." the dogs first to make specific positions whether the possession, preservation, tracking or community "explains the Kennel Club on its website." The standard describes how a dog should look to mail. "
" Kennel Club American official reads "should be" alert, fast moving, keen on words, expecting the smallest envelope ". The standard continues to describe Details of the body of the dog and how the coat should be shared.
People's personality especially helps to compete in a competitive national dog show, the apple builder Diane Ora I said: "They are getting out of office and they are so large that they are not exhausted," she said. "And they do not emphasize how some of the breeds are more sensitive. They are very worried."
Hawaiian Bono wins second place. In addition to the finals Burns was the long-lived dachshund, favorite. Burns 26 best played in exhibition titles at various dog shows, but never been reported in Westminster, the New York Times. "I think one of the reasons why some of the breed does not end up being not so much the glamorous breed in the group," said Walter Jones, vice president of the American Dachsund Club, Times .