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The Doyenne at the Dog Show


Ketzel and Bradley the Bulldog
Ketzel and her new friend, Bradley the bulldog
Photo: Thea Joselow
Listen to Ketzel talk about the Westminster Dog Show The 2002 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the second-oldest sporting competition in the United States, has a new winner! What a relief for the 2,499 other competing dogs who have survived New York City and will get to go home. Hear Ketzel's report.





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Read the Official Doyenne Dog Show Disclaimer.
Have you ever watched a dog show and become utterly besotted with a particular breed? Though it's hard to resist these beauties, please don't overlook the legions of dogs -- both breeds and mutts -- who are languishing away in local shelters.

The 2002 Westminster Dog ShowThe 2002 Westminster Dog Show
Morning Edition, February 11, 2002
How do you get her back in the garden after she's seen Westminster? Ketzel talks with Bob Edwards on Day One of the unrivaled four-legged beauty pageant of the year.


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