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Now appointed America's top dog – CJ, the German shorthaired pointer. CJ won best in show at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club Tuesday night, beating a couple of top favorites at a nearly packed Madison Square Garden.The 3-year-old CJ bested 2,751 other entries in 199 breeds and varieties to win the nation's most prestigious dog competition.CJ certainly comes from championship stock.CJ also topped a Skye terrier, German shepherd, bulldog, shih tzu and Samoyed.Charlie the Skye terrier finished second at Westminster last year to Miss P the beagle. Rumor the German shepherd was ranked as the No. 1 show dog in the country last year and had won 101 times.Earlier in the day, Nunes-Atkinson explained what made CJ so special.Nunes-Atkinson became the first owner, breeder and handler to win Westminster since 1983 .CJ definitely has his rituals. CJ won best of breed earlier in the day, then took the sporting group.
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