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  • A Pekingese named Malachy, which was later named best in show, walks across the floor during the judging of the toy group.

      A Pekingese named Malachy, which was later named best in show, walks across the floor during the judging of the toy group.
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  • Neapolitan mastiff Trinity, of Ontario, Canada, waits for judging.

      Neapolitan mastiff Trinity, of Ontario, Canada, waits for judging.
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  • Dozier, from Columbus, Ga., a 4-year-old dogue de Bordeaux, also known as a French mastiff, rests in the benching area.

      Dozier, from Columbus, Ga., a 4-year-old dogue de Bordeaux, also known as a French mastiff, rests in the benching area.
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  • Mya, a doberman pinscher from Denton, Texas, wears Valentine's Day apparel in the backstage area.

      Mya, a doberman pinscher from Denton, Texas, wears Valentine's Day apparel in the backstage area.
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  • Debbie Parsons, left, and Brad Slayton kiss their dog, a Tibetan mastiff named Major, after they were married at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Best man Tony Carter looks on at right. Carter is the Major's handler and Major won Best in Breed this year at the dog show.

      Debbie Parsons, left, and Brad Slayton kiss their dog, a Tibetan mastiff named Major, after they were married at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Best man Tony Carter looks on at right. Carter is the Major's handler and Major won Best in Breed this year at the dog show.
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  • Handler Tim Terella of Fairview, Pa., runs in the ring with Winnie, a Siberian husky. Winnie received an award of merit in the competition.

      Handler Tim Terella of Fairview, Pa., runs in the ring with Winnie, a Siberian husky. Winnie received an award of merit in the competition.
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  • Winnie, a Siberian husky, second from left, competes at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show. Winnie received an award of merit in the competition.

      Winnie, a Siberian husky, second from left, competes at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show. Winnie received an award of merit in the competition.
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  • Perry Payson, of Bixby, Okla., handles Pilot, 3, a Rottweiler. Pilot won best of breed.

      Perry Payson, of Bixby, Okla., handles Pilot, 3, a Rottweiler. Pilot won best of breed.
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  • Dogs compete.

      Dogs compete.
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  • Handler Tuni Claflin of East Freetown, Mass., holds Charter, an akita. Charter won best of opposite sex in the competition.

      Handler Tuni Claflin of East Freetown, Mass., holds Charter, an akita. Charter won best of opposite sex in the competition.
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  • Dottie, a maltese owned by Beverly Quilliam and Wayne Baker of West Chester, Pa., is groomed by Luke Ehricht of Toledo, Ohio.

      Dottie, a maltese owned by Beverly Quilliam and Wayne Baker of West Chester, Pa., is groomed by Luke Ehricht of Toledo, Ohio.
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  • Ibizan Hounds are shown the ring.

      Ibizan Hounds are shown the ring.
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  • A golden retriever named Chloe, from Green Bay, Wis., awaits her breed competition.

      A golden retriever named Chloe, from Green Bay, Wis., awaits her breed competition.
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  • Cathleen Cline of Los Angeles holds her vizsla, Marlo Classic That Girl.

      Cathleen Cline of Los Angeles holds her vizsla, Marlo Classic That Girl.
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  • Handler Cheri Koppenhaver, right, reacts after judge Patricia Laurans, left, declared Cinders, a wirehaired dachshund, the winner of the hound group .

      Handler Cheri Koppenhaver, right, reacts after judge Patricia Laurans, left, declared Cinders, a wirehaired dachshund, the winner of the hound group .
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  • A toy Manchester terrier named Cottage Lake's Bela Horizonte is positioned.

      A toy Manchester terrier named Cottage Lake's Bela Horizonte is positioned.
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  • Manchester, a bulldog owned by Eduardo Hernendez of Mexico City, gets comforting treatment after winning an award of merit in breed.

      Manchester, a bulldog owned by Eduardo Hernendez of Mexico City, gets comforting treatment after winning an award of merit in breed.
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  • Lafford Fly Me Too Farleysbane, a papillon, looks up at it's handler and the judge during the judging of the toy group.

      Lafford Fly Me Too Farleysbane, a papillon, looks up at it's handler and the judge during the judging of the toy group.
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  • A harrier named Downhome Hitech Innovator runs during the hound judging.

      A harrier named Downhome Hitech Innovator runs during the hound judging.
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  • A German shepherd named Cappy, handled by James Moses, competes in the herding group.

      A German shepherd named Cappy, handled by James Moses, competes in the herding group.
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  • Sophie, a Standard Poodle, is groomed before her showing.

      Sophie, a Standard Poodle, is groomed before her showing.
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  • A whippet is examined during the judging of the hound group.

      A whippet is examined during the judging of the hound group.
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  • Fifi, a doberman pinscher, is joined in her cage by co owner Suzy Lundy of Oregonia, Ohio in the backstage area.

      Fifi, a doberman pinscher, is joined in her cage by co owner Suzy Lundy of Oregonia, Ohio in the backstage area.
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  • Bob Zeiss of New City, N.Y. pets Maxwell Smart, a great pyrenees from LeRoy, N.Y. in the backstage area.

      Bob Zeiss of New City, N.Y. pets Maxwell Smart, a great pyrenees from LeRoy, N.Y. in the backstage area.
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  • Dogs and their handlers compete.

      Dogs and their handlers compete.
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  • A shetland sheepdog named Mystic Ava Gardner is examined during the judging of the herding group.

      A shetland sheepdog named Mystic Ava Gardner is examined during the judging of the herding group.
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  • Timer, a bernese mountain dog, stretches out as handler Lisa Wadas of Flemington, N.J. plays along.

      Timer, a bernese mountain dog, stretches out as handler Lisa Wadas of Flemington, N.J. plays along.
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  • Ania Gabrielle Kelly smiles with her dog Winfree's Do You Believe in Magic after winning Best Junior.

      Ania Gabrielle Kelly smiles with her dog Winfree's Do You Believe in Magic after winning Best Junior.
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  • Veni Vidi Vici, a Doberman pinscher, competes in the working group, which she later won.

      Veni Vidi Vici, a Doberman pinscher, competes in the working group, which she later won.
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  • Chelsey, a Kerry blue terrier, jumps after being named winner of the terrier group.

      Chelsey, a Kerry blue terrier, jumps after being named winner of the terrier group.
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  • A Kerry blue terrier named Chelsey is declared the winner of the terrier group.

      A Kerry blue terrier named Chelsey is declared the winner of the terrier group.
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  • Adam Bernardin reacts as Shadagee Caught Red Handed, an Irish setter, is declared the Best of Sporting Group.

      Adam Bernardin reacts as Shadagee Caught Red Handed, an Irish setter, is declared the Best of Sporting Group.
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  • Protocol's Veni Vidi Vici, a Doberman pinscher, who won its group, runs during the judging of the Working Group.

      Protocol's Veni Vidi Vici, a Doberman pinscher, who won its group, runs during the judging of the Working Group.
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  • Handler David Fitzpatrick looks at Malachy, a Pekingese, after the animal was named best in show.

      Handler David Fitzpatrick looks at Malachy, a Pekingese, after the animal was named best in show.
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