There's been so much bad news lately when it comes to the treatment of dogs that it's nice to be able to share something positive.
If you watched any of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog show you know there were 2,500 competitors representing 170 different breeds and varieties.
No doubt the owners of the animals love them dearly whether they do well at the show or not. But you can bet the owners of Stump have thrown him an extra bone.
Stump is a Sussex and was named best in show at the Dog show. The ten-year-old dog became the oldest winner ever in the 133 years of the competition.
The fact that Stump is old isn't the most amazing thing. Stump retired four years ago, was a last minute entry and overcame a near fatal disease. Today he's a champ.
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