Murder Mystery at World's Biggest Dog Show

An award-winning Irish setter died suddenly the day after competing.
1:44 | 03/09/15

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Now a murder mystery at the world's biggest dog show. An Irish setter dying suddenly. A day after competing. The owners suspect she was poisoned and other dogs may have been targeted as well. ABC has the store. This morning a murder mystery. 3-year-old Irish setter jagger collapsing and dying just a day after competing at Britain's elite dog show. The kennel club is shocked and saddened to hear that jagger died some 26 hours after leaving crafts. Now an investigation is underway into allegations the prized pup may have been poisoned by a jealous rival. The autopsy shows clearly that there were cubes of meat in his tummy laced with poison. Jagger had won numerous competitions across Europe and just placed second in his category at crafts equivalent to Westminster in the states to other competitors now coming forward saying their precious pooches may have also been poisoned. These canine competitions can be cut-throat. Parodied in films like "Best in show." But in real life, these dog shows are serious business with a top dogs owners investing up to $100,000 a year. The desire to win is strong. But strong enough to kill? It's now up to the authorities. This morning jagger's owners posted a message saying they are devastate and want to find the perpetrators who did this. Lara.

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