Revisit these Best-in-Show Winners just in time for the National Dog Show

November 25, 2021 at 12:11

But for others, Thanksgiving means something else: The National Dog Show.
So ahead of this year's competition, get to know the last decade of National Dog Show champs, who represent the cutest, furriest and best-behaved pups in the US.
Fun fact: Claire comes from a long line of winners: Her Claire comes from a long line of winners: Her grandmother Hickory earned top honors at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, and her mother, Chelsea, was named reserve best-in-show at the National Dog Show in 2015 (a reserve winner takes up the best-in-show mantle if the original winner is disqualified).
2019: Thor the BulldogThe dark horse of the National Dog Show, this tubby young gun has a superheroic spirit.
2018: Whiskey the WhippetThe inquisitive yet mellow Whiskey won 23 Best-in-Show titles before scoring big at the 2018 National Dog Show.
Newton flashed a rare smile during his winning performance at the National Dog Show.
Gia politely declined to spring around the stage at the National Dog Show so she wouldn't hurt slower dogs' feelings.
He's earned a "Maintrailer" title, per Nathan's more than a pretty face -- he's a workin' dog!
He's earned a "Maintrailer" title, per Purina , which means he's able to track a person by following their specific scent.
Jewel arrived at the National Dog Show with the confidence of a champion.
Fun fact: Two years after her National Dog Show win, sweet Sky earned top honors Two years after her National Dog Show win, sweet Sky earned top honors at the Westminster Dog Show -- the final outing for the fuzzy retiree2011: Eira the Wire Fox TerrierThe ginger-haired terrier won hearts and many a national title.
Eira boasted one of the best beards ever seen on the National Dog Show stage.
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