By Sara Tan
Feb 05, 2013
7. OLD AND YOUNG
The oldest dog to win Westminster was Stump, a Sussex Spaniel that was 10 years, 2 months and 9 days old. Conversely, the youngest to win was a Rough Collie named Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, a 9-month-old pup.
I NEVER read articles that say, "X things you didn't know." How do you know what I know, Dexter?
I agree with Hooksette; its just the biggest in America. The European shows don't recognize some of our breeds and many of the dogs there are different. They all are fun and a great way to learn about our best friends...but, "The world's most renowned?.." that is from the thoughts of a sixth grader.
The judges examine EVERY part of the dog's body???? LOL How many of the dogs win or lose by a testicle??? Wonder if the breed's standard mentions anything about the size or shape of a female vagina??? I don't remember seeing a judge examining these parts.
Is Westminster really the worlds most renowned dog show, really? Westminster is limited to 2500 total dogs. The European world championship has over 20,000 dogs annually from as many as 50 countries. Crufts is almost as big with total entries running from 18,000 to 25, ooo. So how is Westminster the worlds most renowned dog show.