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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Leaving the ice with tears of joy after her gold medal-winning free skate at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, a shaking 15-year-old Tara Lipinski shared a sentiment shared by millions watching around the globe: "That was so cool."
These two dogs have become global celebrities simply by being themselves.
(Reuters) - With thousands of pampered pooches showing off silky coats and perky tails at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show this week, some of their handlers are flaunting their own high fashion, hoping to give an edge to their dogs in the alpha contest of pedigree breeds.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Thousands of dogs from 20 countries will compete in this year's annual Westminster Kennel Club show in New York, which opens Sunday and culminates with the crowning of "Best-in-Show," the most coveted prize for pedigree dogs in the United States.
Jakarta: White Samoyed Popeye and light grey Alaskan malamute Arran, both 18 months old, were jumping around in their playroom at Kelapa Gading Mall, North Jakarta, occasionally running up to guests visiting for an early dinnerJakarta: White Samoyed Popeye and light grey Alaskan malamute Arran, both 18 months old, were jumping around in their playroom at Kelapa Gading Mall, North Jakarta, occasionally running up to guests visiting for an early dinner
At the the 2019 World Taxidermy Championships, the competition is stiff – in more ways than one. Cougars appear to dive off their stands. A giant tiger looks ready to pounce. Wild goats race down a hill.
Shanghai: Shanghai is hosting one of the world’s biggest dog shows but animal activists and online critics are condemning the event due to the widespread consumption of dog meat in China.
The show, which took place in New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Feb 9-12, featured more than 3,000 dogs representing more than 200 breeds.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A wire fox terrier won "Best in Show" at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York on Tuesday, emerging as the top dog among nearly 3,000 barking, tail-wagging competitors.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A longhaired dachshund, a Havanese, a schipperke and a bouvier des Flandres triumphed at Monday's group competitions at the 143nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in the lead-up to the big day - competition for Best in Show.