National Dog Show: The French Bulldog wins first prize

National Dog Show: The French Bulldog wins first prize


Who is the good boy? This year, it’s Winston.

Winston, the French Bulldog, won Best in Show, first place, at this year’s 21st Annual Show Purina National Dog Show. Winston is the first French Bulldog to win first prize in the competition.

“They have cornered the market because of their energy, enthusiasm and pure bravery,” said host John O’Hurley of Winston and his therapist Peri Payson.

Winston beat hundreds of dogs to win a prize on Thursday. The Kennel Club of Philadelphia dog show airs every Thanksgiving after the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and is the most watched dog show in the country. Dogs exercise sometimes for years Trying to win the national title.

Last year, Claire – a Scottish Deer Terrier – made history as the first dog to win the title two years in a row.

Each year, dogs compete against other dogs in their breed to determine the best in the breed. Then, all of these winners compete against each other in the group stage – Sporting, Hound, Working, Terrier, Toy, Non-Sporting and Herding. Then the seven best dogs in their group competed Win the best in show.

This year is the first to introduce the game Moody and Russian, two Newly recognized breeds.

But this isn’t Winston’s first match to fame: He’s also competed in the Westminster Dog Show earlier this year.

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