The traditional Thanksgiving Day National Dog Show 2010 has concluded for another year, with an Irish Setter taking the top prize.
Clooney (a.k.a. GCH. Windntide Mr. Sandman), a three-year-old Irish Setter originally from Washington wowed an estimated television audience of 18 million people with his finesse at the show.
The Irish Setter , also known as the Red Setter, is a setter, a breed of gun dog and family dog. The breed gets along well with children, other dogs but is an active breed, and requires long, daily walks and off-lead running in wide, open spaces.
Other National Dog Show 2010 results:
– Sporting Group: Clooney, male Irish Setter
– Hound Group: Hickory, 4-year-old female Scottish Deerhound
– Herding Group: Beyoncé, 3-year-old female Australian Shepherd
– Toy Group: Joe, 3-year-old male Affenpincher
– Working Group: Scarlett, 3-year-old female Boxer
– Terrier Group: Maddy, 2-year-old female American Staffordshire Terrier
– Non-Sporting Group: Johnny, 6-year-old male Schipperke
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