The 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will take place in New York on February 13 and 14. The total amount of dogs that will be showcased will be 2,000 dogs. The following six breeds are competing for the first time in this dog show:
- Cesky Terrier
- This is a long head breed that has a bushy beard, mustache and eyebrows. The puppies are born black but they are ultimately a gray-blue with color variations within it.
- American English Coonhound
- This breed is often used as a hunting dog participating in hunt competitions such as English Days and Southern English Days.
- Mexican Hairless Xoloitzcuintli
- This is a rare, hairless breed that was actually amongst the first breeds recorded by the American Kennel Club, and this will be its first year competing.
- Norwegian Lundehund
- This is a very unique breed. This breed has normally has six fully formed toes, it can bend their head backwards along their spines and turn their forelegs to the side at a 90-degree horizontal angle to their body.
- Entlebucher Mountain Dog
- This is a square, sturdy, medium-sized dog breed with a muscular build and a powerful jaw.
- Finnish Lapphund
- This dog as a double coat with a short, fluffy undercoat. Their coats allow them to water-resistant and tolerant to extreme cold. Many dogs of this breed also have lighter shade fur that surrounds their eyes.
Purebred Breeders wishes all the competitors, new and old the best of luck in the upcoming competition.
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