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A classic beauty, Multi-BIS/BISS GCH Sunlit’s Queen of Everything, the No. 1 Afghan Hound bitch, has exceeded breeder-owner-handler Tara M. Richardson’s dreams, most notably by winning Best of Breed at the Afghan Hound Club of Greater Columbus (Ohio) specialty show that was part of this year’s Afghan Hound World Congress.

GCH Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction -- Beckham
Bred by Linda Moore of Dallas; co-owned by Moore, Bruce Van Deman of Newport Beach, Calif., Carolee Douglas of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mary Walker of Charlotte, N.C.; handled by Mike and Linda Pitts of Knoxville, Tenn.

GCH Palacegarden Malachy -- "Malachy"
Handled by David Fitzpatrick and owned by Iris Love, Sandra Middlebrooks and David Fitzpatrick.

GCH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova
"Peyton," was bred by Billie and Charlie Kerfoot of Vinton, Va., Erin Kerfoot of Yakima, Wash., and Ruth Kirby of Earleton, Fla. He is owned by Beth Fink of Medina, Ohio, Celie Florence of Southern Shores, N.C., Erin Kerfoot, Ken Goodhue-McWilliams of Norco, Calif., and Delores Streng of Farmington, Mich.

Getting better and better with every Federation field trial, FCB Little Ease Pretty Boy Floyd pulled ahead of the competition to win the 45th annual Purina Outstanding Field Trial Brace Beagle Award.
Tracking to the front of the competition, a 13-inch tricolor female Beagle, FCB Bee Lick Bamboo, won the 13th annual Purina Brace Beagle Derby Award out of 372 hounds competing.

Ann Viklund, Director, Breeder Enthusiast, left, and Candy Caciolo, Portfolio Director, Marketing, pose with Best in Show winner “Sky” and professional handler Gabriel Rangel.

A charming Wire Fox Terrier called “Sky” won Best in Show Tuesday night at the 138th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and became the eighth consecutive winner fueled by Purina Pro Plan brand dog food. The 5 ½-year-old female, who has a distinctive ginger coat color, won the Terrier Group and then captured Best in Show.

Sponsorship Agreement Celebrates All Dogs

Nestlé Purina PetCare Company and the Westminster Kennel Club today announced a multi-year agreement making Purina the "official pet food sponsor" of the Annual Westminster Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show.

Taking his routine bow before beautifully floating around the ring, a liver-and-white-ticked German Shorthaired Pointer called “CJ” took the coveted honors at the 140th Annual Westminster Kennel Club (WKC) Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, becoming the 10th consecutive Westminster winner fueled by Purina® Pro Plan® brand dog food and completing a Pro Plan-fed sweep of the Group First winners.

Completing a Purina® Pro Plan®-fed dog sweep at the 139th Annual Westminster Kennel Club (WKC) Dog Show, a spunky, fun-loving 15-inch Beagle called “Miss P” became the ninth consecutive Westminster winner fueled by Purina® Pro Plan® brand dog food. GCH Tashtins Lookin For Trouble, a 4-year-old bitch and grandniece of 2008 WKC champion “Uno,” became the second Beagle in history to win the prestigious event.

“She never let me down and made no mistakes,” said handler Will Alexander of Miss P’s performance in the Best in Show ring. “Tonight, it was all about her.”


Just weeks away from the prestigious 139th annual Westminster Kennel Club (WKC) Dog Show on Feb. 16 and 17 in New York City, Purina® Pro Plan® lovers can’t wait to learn whether the Best in Show winner is another Purina® Pro Plan®-fed dog. If so, this will be the ninth consecutive year the winner is fueled by Purina® Pro Plan®.