Westminster Dog Show Photos: Up Close and Personal

by admin February 15, 2017 at 12:27 am

Glitter is a 3-year-old horse-coat Chinese shar-pei owned by Deborah Camp of East Haddam, Conn. Glitter’s official name is Grand Champion Camp Wrinkles Stairway to Heaven. Chinese shar-pei, known for their wrinkly skin, are said to date from the Han dynasty (206 B.C.-220 A.D.) in China.

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The tail of Whizz, a 6-year-old Finnish spitz. Part of the nonsporting group, the breed has long been used to hunt small game and birds and is known for its bushy tail.

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Preston, a 5-year-old puli, has won 95 best-in-show titles, according to The Associated Press. The herding breed is known for its long, cordlike coat.

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Finn, an Afghan hound. The breed’s long, flowing coat served as protection in the harsh, mountainous climate where it originated.

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Miranda Dowler, of Vancouver, Wash., wore a sequined outfit she designed with her friend Kate Miles to show Shelby, a Siberian husky. “People spend all year looking for their Westminster suit,” she said.

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