Don’t get us wrong. We love all the dogs, but this is just unfair!
Durning Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show many thought that a golden retriever will win Best In Show, but…
Daniel, a 5-year-old golden from Ligonier, Pa., won the sporting group. It was the first time since 2006 that a golden retriever was advancing to the final round for that coveted blue ribbon to be named top dog.
While golden retrievers are consistently among the top three most beloved dog breeds in America, according to American Kennel Club, this friendly breed with the golden fur have never won Westminster’s top prize since they first began competing in the elite canine competition in 1927.
And that’s just… what? Unfair?
Of course, it is! We all know how Golden Retrievers are kind, adorable I friendly, so the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show jury should ask themselves quite a few questions.
Or should we send them this video to watch?
— The Goldens Club (@ClubGoldens) November 26, 2020