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This Bichon Frise, Honor, won his breed and the non-sporting group. The pups full name is Bichon Ch Vogeflight Honor to Pillowtalk. The ranking made him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
This Bichon Frise, Honor, won his breed and the non-sporting group. The pup's full name is "Bichon Ch Vogeflight Honor' to Pillowtalk." The ranking made him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Honor, a Bichon Frise won his breed and the non-sporting group at this years Westminster Dog Show, making him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the pups co-owner. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Honor, a Bichon Frise won his breed and the non-sporting group at this year's Westminster Dog Show, making him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the pup's co-owner. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Honor, a Bichon Frise, won his breed and the non-sporting group at this years Westminster Dog Show at the Madison Square Garden in New York, making him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Honor, a Bichon Frise, won his breed and the non-sporting group at this year's Westminster Dog Show at the Madison Square Garden in New York, making him a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
This American foxhound -- officially Ch Kiarrys Pandoras Box -- and known as Jewel won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
This American foxhound -- officially Ch Kiarry's Pandora's Box -- and known as "Jewel" won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dogs co-owner. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dog's co-owner. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
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Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, runs with Jewel, who won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dogs co-owner with Miller. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, runs with Jewel, who won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dog's co-owner with Miller. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, leads Jewel, who placed top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show. She won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dogs co-owner with Miller. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, leads Jewel, who placed top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show. She won her breed and the hound group, making her a top seven finalist in one of the largest dog shows in the nation. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dog's co-owner with Miller. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel, top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show, ranked first in her breed and group. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel, top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show, ranked first in her breed and group. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel, 3, was the top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Jewel, 3, was the top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
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Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dogs co-owner with Miller.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show. Ellen Charles, 75, of Washington, is the dog's co-owner with Miller.(Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this years Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
Dog handler Lisa Miller, of Mechanicsville, showcases Jewel, top hound at this year's Westminster Dog Show. This is only the second time an American foxhound has won its group at the annual competition. (Courtesy of Westminster Kennel Club)
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