A Pekingese named Wasabi won Westminster’s Best in Show and Twitter wasn’t having it
For only the fifth time in the 145-year history of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, a Pekingese was named Best in Show Sunday, and his name is Wasabi. Although he competed against a Samoyed named Striker and a handful of other popular breeds like an Old English Sheepdog, a French Bulldog, a German Shorthaired Pointer, and a Whippet, Wasabi was the final pup.
“He's just a wonderful dog and he's done right,” says David Fitzpatrick, Wasabi's owner and owner. “He's got acting. He corresponds to the breed standard. It has that certain something, that little sparkle that characterizes a dog. "
A whippet named Bourbon earned second place, and he's actually going to take home some serious bragging rights too. And that's because Bourbon's handler Cheslie Pickett Smithey is married to Justin Smithey, Matthew the French Bulldog's handler who was also fighting for the crown. No doubt he made for an interesting conversation over dinner the night before.
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