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Top-Line Treatment, Treadmills and All, for Dog Show Entrants

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Top-Line Treatment, Treadmills and All, for Dog Show Entrants

Top-Line Treatment, Treadmills and All, for Dog Show Entrants

Top-Line Treatment, Treadmills and All, for Dog Show Entrants

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The Westminster Kennel Club Dog show gets under way this morning at Madison Square Garden. But with a record snow storm blanketing New York in drifts, don't let the dogs out. Instead of a walk in Central Park, dogs at one hotel catering to many of the 2500 entrants can hop on a Jog-a-Dog treadmill. The Hotel Pennsylvania also provides doggie loos and a doggie concierge.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show gets underway this morning at Madison Square Garden. But with a record snow storm blanketing New York in drifts, don't let the dogs out. Except, perhaps, the Saint Bernards. No matter, instead of a walk in Central Park, dogs at one hotel catering to many of the 2,500 entries can hop on a Jog-A-Dog treadmill. The Hotel Pennsylvania also provides Doggy loos, and a Doggie Concierge. This is Morning Edition.

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