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French Bulldog Named Winston Wins Best in Show at National Dog Show

A French Bulldog named Winston has been named Best in Show at the National Dog Show. Winston has won 78 Best in Show wins throughout his career. According to The National Dog Show,

The show, which is put on by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in Philadelphia, took place on November 19 and 20, but was televised on Thanksgiving.

Each of the 212 dog breeds recognized by the AKC is assigned to one of seven groups – Sporting, Hound, Working, Terrier, Toy, Non-sporting and Herding. Then, the seven group winners compete for Best in Show.

Winston first won Best in Her Group, the non-sporting group, beating 20 other breeds, then moved on to compete against other group winners, according to NBC Sports. In all, he beat out 1,500 dogs for the title.

An English Toy Spaniel was named Reserve Best in Show, or First Runner-up.

In 2020 and 2021, A Scottish Deerhound named Claire wonMaking history as the first person to win Best in Show for two consecutive years at the prestigious dog show.

In June, Winston won Best in Show for his group. westminster kennel club dog showand went on to win Best Reserve in Show.

“When you look at a French bulldog and you read the standard, and you see this dog, it fits that standard perfectly,” Perry Payson of Bixby, Oklahoma, Winston’s handler, said at the National Dog Show. said after the victory.

Co-owned by Winston Payson and NFL player Morgan Fox and his family. Fox, who plays for the Los Angeles Chargers, Tweeted When Winston won his group during the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: “I apologize if this has offended my parents watching me play all these years.”

Three new breeds were added to the National Dog Show roster this year: the Russian Toy in the toy group, the Mudi in the shepherd group, and the Bracco Italiano in the sporting group.

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