More than 120 breeds competed from all over the Northwest since Friday as part of a four day competition to win either best of breed, obedient levels and/or points to become a champion dog. Each dog is judged on their make-up from head to toe based on their breed.
"This is our nine-month-old Samoyed," said Dog Shower Ken Granacki. "He finished his championship yesterday. He won three straight shows and he is now a champion at only nine-months old."
In order to become a champion dog, you must earn 15 show points with at least two major wins. Winning a show is worth three points or more, and is considered a major win. The two major wins must come from different judges and at least one of the other wins must be from a third judge.