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Bloodhound Won In Best Show

A four-year-old Bloodhound named Trumpet, was awarded the Best In Show during the 146th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show held in Tarrytown, New York, on June 22, 2022. Trumpet is the only Bloodhound that won the top prize in the dog showโ€™s history. He bested a French Bulldog, a Maltese, a German Shepherd, an English Setter, a Lakeland Terrier, and a Samoyed to get the crown.

Westminster Dog Show Returns On Its 146th Year

After a six-month delay, the 2022 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is back. The annual event, which is celebrating its 146th year of dog competition, has finally kicked off on June 18, 2022, at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, New York. The event will culminate on June 22 with the Best In Show award.

Ohio Community Donates Ice To Dog Shelter Amid Heatwave

As the swelting heat swept through much of southwestern and central United States on June 14, 2022, a dog shelter in Ohio has sought help from the community for some much-needed ice to cool the shelter. The request came about due to a power outage in the Columbus area where the Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center was located due to the ongoing heatwave.

Woman Thankful To Hilary Swank For Finding Her Lost Dog

A woman from Albany, New York found the surprise of her life when an Oscar-winning actor rescued her lost dog on June 6, 2022. Chelsea Blackwell recounted that one of her pets, a 15-year-old Dachshund Terrier Chihuahua Mix named Blue, suddenly bolted to chase something out of her backyard and didnโ€™t return for hours.

Comfort Dogs Give Emotional Support In Uvalde

After the fatal shooting of 19 students and two teachers at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022, members of the Lutheran Church Charities (LCC) K-9 Ministries sent eight Golden Retrievers to the bereaved town to comfort the community.

K9 In Netflix Show Euthanized

The inspiring K9 dog unit, which was the subject of the Netflix movie, Rescued By Ruby, was put to sleep on May 13, 2022, due to a sudden and untreatable illness. Ruby, an Australian Shepherd and Border Collie Mix, was 11 years old.