Westminster Dog Show
Jimmy Kimmel returned with his annual green-screen pooch prank.
A fluffy white dog felt no urgency about completing the agility course but won over the crowd anyway.
"Rudy! Rudy! Rudy!"
“I don’t know why this is funny, but it is."
Flynn triumphed over the more than 2,880 dogs that competed in the world-renowned contest for pure-bred canines.
It’s that time of year again. Time for dogs of all shapes and sizes to take center stage at the 142nd Westminster Kennel
Fanucci the German shepherd recovered from a shattered leg.
Let the dumbness take hold of you. Bathe in it.
I’d been drinking wine and was happily engaged in the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. More importantly, I had forgotten
It marks the second time a German shepherd has won the top prize.
Ain't no basic bitches here.
GPS for the Soul
Does a celebrity dog recognize his or her own fame? And is he or she able to handle the notoriety? Clearly one of the best
With the Westminster Kennel Club dog show recently on TV, it inevitably stirs debate about purebred dogs.
C.J. bested more than 2,700 canine contestants over the two-day competition.
Created and hosted by journalist and animal advocate Jill Rappaport, Best in Shelter With Jill Rappaport documents her year-long search for remarkable shelter dog contestants, focusing on hard-to-adopt animals such as pit pulls, older animals, and animals with disabilities. While the program ultimately declares "winners," all the selected animals find loving homes.