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German Shepherd Wins Westminster

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America has a new top dog. Nearly 3,000 dogs competed at the 141st Westminster Dog show, but only one could win the top honor.

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America has a new top dog. Nearly 3,000 dogs competed at the 141st Westminster Dog show, but only one could win the top honor.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12446/6787485?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 15 Feb 2017 10:53:04 +0000 German Shepherd Wins Westminster America has a new top dog. Nearly 3,000 dogs competed at the 141st Westminster Dog show, but only one could win the top honor. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12446/6787485?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOLR America has a new top dog. Nearly 3,000 dogs competed at the 141st Westminster Dog show, but only one could win the top honor. It all came down to this from the judges: "The German Shepherd." 5 year old Rumor won Best in Show after narrowly missing last year at Westminster. "It’s kind of like overwhelming to be quite honest with you, you know? I’m sure it’s gonna take a few days for it to sink in," said Kent Boyles, Rumor's owner. The competition was intense it started with nearly three thousand dogs. After two days of primping their pooches...the best in each breed competed for the coveted title. "Each dog has a standard the dog has to adhere to there are different interpretations but it’s like a beauty contest," said David Fitzpatrick, the owner of Chuckie, the Pekingese that won the Toy group this year. The beautiful dogs dazzled the crowd. From Max the Pomeranian prancing around the ring, to Tanner the Norwich Terrrier. Kent Boyles, Rumor's owner, said she almost stayed home this year. "Thought we’d retire her then but then she was looking the part so we decided to come back and give it one more shot." Like Super Bowl winners, Rumor will take home some hardware as top dog - a polished pewter bowl and trophy. But the real prize is serious credentials on the breeding circuit. For the first time, the show named a “reserve Best in Show” dog or “runner up.” The Irish Setter “Adrian” took home that honor. (Meg Oliver, CBS News) (Photo Credit: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)





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