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Westminster Kennel Club Dog ShowTwenty-six New Hampshire canines are competing this year in the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which takes over Manhattan on Feb. 12 and 13.
Pink the cocker spaniel was competing in the agility championship at Westminster on Feb. 10, 2018. Her owner/handler is Carolyn Hess of Nashua. (Courtesy)
Pink the cocker spaniel, who was competing in the fifth annual Masters Agility Championship at Westminster in New York City on Saturday, flies over the dog walk obstacle in a previous competition. Her owner/handler is Carolyn Hess of Nashua. (Courtesy)
Kaboom the border collie, seen at left, was defending his championship title in the agility championship on Saturday. His owner/handler is Amber McCune of Bedford. (Courtesy)
Kaboom the border collie, owned by Amber McCune of Bedford, was defending his championship title at the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster on Saturday, Feb. 10. (Courtesy)
Notch, another border collie owned by Amber McCune, races out of a tunnel. He was competing in the agility championship on Saturday. (Courtesy)
Teddy, a German shepherd owned by Joyce TenHaagen of Newington, goes through the weave poles on an agility course. (Courtesy)
Cash the cairn terrier knows when to "shine" in the ring, her owner, Dayle Reynolds of Swanzey, says. (Courtesy)
Maverick the Brittany, owned by Peggy Aguiar of Bedford, is competing in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show for the third time. (Beth Adams/Candid Canine Photography)
Rose the Brittany and her owner/handler Donna Howe of Manchester will be in the Westminster Best of Breed competition for the first time. (Beth Adams/Candid Canine Photography)
Doc Holliday, a 175-pound Saint Bernard, shown with his owner/handler Michelle Cole of Barrington, won the Select Dog award at last year's Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. This year they're back in New York City and hope to do even better. (Courtesy)