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Beagle Miss P wins Best in Show during Westminster Kennel Club dog show

Miss P

Miss P. (AP)

NEW YORK — Miss P, a 4-year-old Beagle from British Columbia, won Best in Show during a 2015 Westminster Kennel Club all-breed dog uncover during Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.

David Merriam, a dog breeder and former California state hearing judge, picked a leader in a event’s final round. Miss P, representing a chase group, kick 6 others for a tip prize, including a crowd-favorite Old English Sheepdog named Swagger and Charlie, a Skye Terrier that took a Reserve Best in Show honors for runner-up.

“I’m certain she’s hungry,” pronounced Miss P’s handler, Will Alexander. “I’m overwhelmed.”

Owned by Eddie Dziuk and Lori and Kaitlyn Crandlemire of Enderby, Miss P is rigourously famous as Ch Tashtins Lookin For Trouble. This week noted her second display during Westminster, and her 20th career Best in Show prize. The Crandlemires devise to retire Miss P from foe after her large win Tuesday.

“I’m speechless,” pronounced Lori Crandlemire.

“She never let me down,” Alexander said. “She didn’t make any mistakes. She was smashing out there.”

Alexander combined that Miss P loves liver and sleeping on his pillow, and that she appreciates a courtesy that comes with showing.

(Mary Altaffer/AP Photo)

(Mary Altaffer/AP Photo)

“She is a princess,” he said. “It’s all about her. She thinks she’s a biggest dog in a show.”

Miss P barked in agreement.

The dog will now embark on a whirlwind media debate that includes a stop atop a Empire State Building, beef lunch during a circuitously restaurant, a assembly with Donald Trump, and a walk-on partial in a Broadway low-pitched Kinky Boots.

Another finalist, a Portuguese Water Dog named Matisse, entered a uncover a favorite after winning a operative organisation during Westminster for a third year in a row. Entries for a uncover enclosed 2,711 dogs from 48 opposite states and Washington, and 14 unfamiliar countries. A span of new breeds competed for a initial time, though conjunction a Coton de Tulear nor a Wirehaired Vizla modernized past a organisation stage.

Article source: http://ftw.usatoday.com/2015/02/beagle-miss-p-best-in-show-westminster-kennel-club-dog-show

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