Tough competition at local dog show

By: Andrew Reid Email
By: Andrew Reid Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) It's tough to be the best in show and this week some top dogs are strutting their stuff for that title at the Mesa County Fairgrounds.

The Grand Valley Kennel Club Dog Show is going on and it has some popular dogs, like Swagger, who won reserve best in show at Westminster dog show. Competitors compete each day against other dogs of the same breed and the best battle it out for the best of show each day.

"It can be very serious but we like to have fun so if it's not fun then you know you don't want to come every weekend. If it's to competitive but we come and we want to win and we work hard to show the dogs the best that we can and hope for the best for that weekend," says Sabrina Stetler, who is a assistant dog trainer.

The dog show is free to attend but there is a five dollar parking fee. The show runs through Sunday at the Mesa County Fair Grounds competition start at 9:00 each morning.

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