List of National Dog Show 2021 Winners PDF
Hello friends, Here we are going to upload National Dog Show 2021 Winners List PDF. Here you can check the complete list of National Dog Show 2021 Winners. The National Dog Show is an all-breed benched conformation show sanctioned by the American Kennel Club and the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, which takes place on Thanksgiving each year and has been televised on NBC since 2001.
The show is held by The Kennel Club of Philadelphia, a founding club of AKC. It traditionally takes place on the third from last weekend in November over two days. In 2002, NBC Sports began televising the show on Thanksgiving Day and rebranded it as The National Dog Show. The graceful hound bested 1,583 other dogs representing 187 breeds at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. Best in Show Judge Jeffery Pepper selected her in the final ring, capping the roughly 12-hour show that was broadcasted Thanksgiving afternoon on NBC. There were 203 dogs entered here.
National Dog Show 2021 Winners List PDF
1. Claire the Scottish Deerhound
A Scottish Deerhound named Claire was crowned the Best in Show winner in 2021. National Dog Show is the first dog to ever do so in the show’s 20-year history.Claire is a bone-afide champ. History was made Thursday at the National Dog Show the beloved annual event hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia when a Scottish Deerhound named Claire, who also won last year, was named Best in Show.
2. MM the Lakeland Terrier
222 terriers were entered in the 2021 National Dog Show, which was judged by Patricia Anne Keenan, but the best of them all was MM the Lakeland Terrier, known officially as GCH Hi-Kel Terrydale Nanhall Mizzconceived, who hails from Mebane, North Carolina. A Border Terrier took the red ribbon, a Scottish Terrier earned the white and a Skye Terrier got the yellow.
3. Chester the Affenpinscher
The Toy Group was claimed by Chester the Affenpinscher from Houston, Texas (registered as GCHB Tamarin Tattoo). Chester is owned by Mattress Mack and was this group winner last year as well. Eugene Blake judged the 154 dogs in this class. A Havanese, a Miniature Pinscher and a Japanese Chin rounded out the placements.
4. Mo’Ne the Kuvasz
241 Working Group dogs were entered, with Peter Gaela officiating. The group win went to a 7-year-old Kuvasz called Mo’ne (GCHB Ederras Glacier the Power of MoNo), the pride of Lebanon, Ohio. Also placed were a Doberman Pinscher, a Samoyed and an Alaskan Malamute.
5. Jade the German Shorthaired Pointer
The Sporting Group was judged by Linda Hurlebaus, who awarded the blue ribbon to a German Shorthaired Pointer from Los Angeles, California, named Jade (registered as GCH Clarity Reach the Sky VJK Myst), who triumphed out of 390 dogs. A Weimaraner took the red ribbon, a Golden Retriever the white and an English Springer Spaniel the yellow.
6. Winter the Bulldog
The Non-Sporting Group was captured by Winter the Bulldog (officially GCHS Irresistibull Winter is Coming of Danditops) from Santa Ana, California, who bested 190 dogs in his group. George Milutinovich was the judge. Also placed here were a Miniature Poodle, a Keeshond, and a Standard Poodle, in that order.
7. Sasha the Pyrenean Shepherd
The Herding Group was judged by Laurie King Telfair, and the group victory blue ribbon went to a Pyranean Shepherd called Sasha (registered name GCHG CH RPK3 La Brise Chanson D’Amour FDC CGC ATT), who comes from Binghamton, New York. The second-place red ribbon went to a Smooth Collie, the third-place white to the Pumi, and the fourth-place yellow went to the German Shepherd.
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