Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: Here’s what happened

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: Here’s what happened
Article from Entertainment Weekly:

Welcome to the 138th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at none other than the splashiest venue, Madison Square Garden. What an amazing night of shiny pups, showy handlers, and some stellar announcing. I should state upfront that my only knowledge of dog shows comes from Best In Show, the Christopher Guest mock-umentary that now seems like much less of a mocku and more of a docu.

For some background, America’s Dog Show extended its standing as the second-longest continuously held sporting event in this country, a streak that began in 1877. This year’s event drew an entry of 2,845 dogs. We experienced a real national treasure here.

Let’s meet our cast of characters. First and foremost, we have the illustrious Michael LaFave acting as the announcer, a position that he has held since 2001. It is Mike MyFave’s seasoned talent that makes this show especially enjoyable. He’s dressed in black tie just like the judges, as is befitting for America’s Dog Show. The two commentators are NBC correspondent Erica Hill and David Frei, the communications director of the Westminster Kennel Club.

After a vigorous performance from the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem, we jump right into the competition. This was the closing night of the dog show, so there are only 90 dogs and three categories left to judge: sporting,…………………continues on Entertainment Weekly
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