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For the past 129 years, dog enthusiasts have flocked to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show to view breeds from around the world. The dog that wins Best in Show usually becomes an American celebrity. Diane and her guests talk about the history of the show and what goes on behind the scenes.
- David Frei director of communications, Westminster Kennel Club and co-host of the show.
- Jay Hyman attorney, breeder of Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and judge of 16 breeds for the American Kennel Club.
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