The International Kennel Club of Chicago dog show is one of the best in the nation for the dogs, and most important for people who attend. Being a benched show, you can walk up and down aisles and meet the canine athletes. Aside from the conformation competition - which leads to Best in Show - at this show, there are many other canine events, rescue groups, meet the breed booths and dozens of vendors. Louis Auslander and his family have kept the show alive, and also innovative. This was their 150th show! If you missed it, here are some images: And I'll see you there next year.
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