— Labrador Retrievers stay on top of the American Kennel Club's list. Frenchies are up. Pugs are down. Where does your favorite breed stand?
— Everyone thought Gabriel was a mutt, until a passerby identified him as a rare Kooikerhondje; soon, we were taking part in "Meet the Breeds."
— Miss P took a carriage ride through Central Park as part of the annual Canines and Coaches event.
— Here's a complete diary of our adventure, from entering the show to entering the ring!
— Published just weeks before Westminster, the social critic and former dog walker's latest book challenges long-held beliefs about purebred dogs.
— She topped one of the strongest lineups in recent history and became the sixth Hound to win the annual dog show.
— See where others, including Patty Hearst's Rocket the Shih Tzu, placed in their groups at Monday's Westminster Kennel Club dog show.
— The 139th Westminster Kennel Club show starts next Monday -- here's how they pick the winners.
— The top dogs in the Sporting, Working and Terrier groups compete -- and then it's Best in Show!
— Monday it's the Hounds, Toys, Non-Sporting, and Herding groups. Look for some big winners to dominate, but watch out for upsets!
— Show dogs and their owners take a ride in the second annual Canines and Coaches event, helping to save the NYC carriage horses.
— The Bergamasco, Boerboel, Cirneco dell’Etna, and Spanish Water Dog bring AKC's total to 184 breeds.
— Timmy made news when he fled, but his handler made bigger news as she looked about to cry. We talked to her and got the real story!
— Did you catch the Thanksgiving Day dog show? Get a recap and celebrate with the winners the right here.
— It's America's most watched dog show---and we have the inside scoop. Use our cheat sheet to impress your friends!
— Hounds can have a hard time on courses designed for Border Collies, but this one had a chance.
— The Terriers, Working dogs and Sporting dogs compete, while the final 7 meet for Best in Show!
— Here's our first round of news and photos about which dogs and breeds went home winners.
— The addition of the agility event and mixed-breed dogs helps make Westminster accessible to people outside the dog-show circuit.
— The Olympic great will serve as commentator for the agility competition on Saturday, Feb. 8.
— The second-longest-running U.S. sporting event has 2,845 contenders. Let's talk about who could come out on top.
— Before the dog show starts Feb. 10 at Madison Square Garden, learn what happens in the ring.
— For the first time in the show's 138-year history, the club makes room for All American Dogs (that's what the club calls mutts, by the way).
— More than 4,000 dogs from around the world came to Orlando to meet and compete. See photos!
— I recently got to find out what it's like to compete with the best agility dogs of every breed.
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