Backstage at the 138th Annual Westminster Dog Show

Co-host of the dog show, David Frei, discusses the winner of Best in Show.
3:00 | 02/12/14

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we have the gold medal winner of the doggie world, the Westminster dog show was the biggest in over two decades. Almost 3,000 dogs going paw to paw. Oh. We got a chance to go backstage as the contenders were getting ready for the big moment. ♪ forget the olympics, this is the dog eat dog competition of the year. The paws were out at the 238th Westminster dog show as seven top dogs competed for the title of best in show. Pups like classy, the miniature pinscher and Nathan the bloodhound beating out 2800 other dogs to make it to the finals. Backstage life wasn't too rough for finalists like Aly, a 5 1/2-year-old standard poodle who got a last-minute shampoo or coco, the cardigan welsh corgi who Hammed it up for the kids and then matisse, a Portuguese water dog getting ready. But only one pooch could take home the prize. The water fox there's so much joy and a regular pooch. Real dogs. Real all the times. Real people. She's going later to vicht the kids at the Ronald McDonald house as part of our angel on a leash program. Do they love it? I mean you can see her in the moment. They couldn't have this kind of success if they didn't love it and she's got this great love for gab Briel her master and handler and all about the relationship between the two of them and they showed last night. What about these terriers. You know, they were bred to look for trouble. Ratters and things. You know. I know. And so they're always on their toes out there. It's their world and we're just living in it. It gives them a little extra edge. Small dogs that think they're big dogs. Big dogs. Want to kiss your boyfriend one more time. Oh. Coming up, a "Play of the

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