All of us, dog show goers must admit that there is a few dog breeds that can’t help but to be unlike the rest. Is it for their beautiful coats, their agility or even their charisma, these breeds are always winning at dog shows.
This beauty has always gain special admirations at dog shows. Poodle is intelligent, elegant, it is just too easy to love. In the past this breed has been bred to hunt ducks, today the poodle is a show dog. As simple as that. This breed has won four times Best in Show at the famous Westminster Kennel Club, in 1935, 1958, 1973 and 1989.
This short-legged, expressive faced terrier is also known for doing well in dog shows. Eight time winner at Westminster Best in Show in 1911, 1945, 1950, 1965, 1967, 1985, 1995 and 2010.
3.Wire Fox Terrier
With reputation for performing exceedingly well at dog shows, the wire fox terrier is known for their charisma, agility and happy attitudes and it has won Westminster Best in Show more than the poodle and the Scottish terrier – whooping thirteen times.
This four-legged combination of hard work, grace and agility is both stubborn and very intelligent dog, and amazingly successful in training. Has won the Best in Show award at Westminster for four times in 1924, 1927, 1936 and 1977.
Now we have something special on our list. This is the most favorite dog breed among U.S presidents.Of course, if some dog is good enough for U.S president, it must be good enough for dog show.Airedale terrier was winner at Westminster for four times in Best in Show in 1912, 1919, 1922 and 1933.
This ancient Chinese breed is also famous for their stubbornness but, once trained they are perfect for the dog show. The mixture of attitude, intelligence and covered with their wonderful fur, this dog breed is favorite at every dog show.
Once when you see them, it is no wonder they perform good at dog shows. Bred in Germany for the role of guard dogs but also favorite contestants at almost every dog show in the world. This athletic clockwork has won the Westminster Best in Show four times in 1939, 1952, 1953 and 1989.