Most Unusual Breeds Of Dogs
From the corded Komondor to the odd-looking Bedlington Terrier, get to know the astonishing breeds you probably don't see at the local dog park every day.
Olivia the Shih-Tzu gets her prep work done in the benching area at Pier 92. She traveled to New York City all the way from Oakland, Calif.
Ever wonder what a Corgi's eye view looks like? Little Sara here will show you!
Now this is the life: With her Best in Variety ribbon by her side, Angel the Toy Poodle takes a well-deserved nap.
With monikers like Chaos and Turbo, do you think these two terriers live up to their names?
Whitney the Chinese Crested warms up before going in the ring - though she seems more comfortable on two legs than on four.
Golden Retrievers prepare to enter the ring at Pier 94. They are the most represented breed at Westminster this year, with 61 Goldens competing.
Quixote the Chow Chow won his breed at Westminster 2010. Sadly, he didn't have the same success this year.
Handler Sophia Rogers looks up at her towering Great Dane , Joy.
A Chinese Crested strikes a pose in the show ring during the breed judging at the Piers.
Norwegian Buhunds Cash (left) and Pink sleep in their handlers' laps after winning Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex, respectively.
We know Westminster is serious business, but Journey the American Eskimo Dog always has time for a little clownin' around.
Nineteen-month-old Ray Wood laughs at an Icelandic Sheepdog named Puck. Ray and his 4-year-old sister, Marlow, came to Westminster to play with the dogs.
After a long day of breed judging at the Piers, Red Wine Spritzer, a Boston Terrier, scans the crowd for his owner.