Candy, a Yorkshire Terrier, sits on Cindy Lanrdry's couch in Phelan, Calif,, with her fur brushed out. Candy will be competing in the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden Feb. 13-14.
Jenna takes advantage of the facilities at the Spot Suite at the Affinia Manhattan Hotel. The 4-year-old Great Dane from Japan is in town to participate in the Westminster dog show.
Lorraine Shore, of Sequim, Wash., grooms Dazzle, a 2-year-old Papillon, at the Green Room Salon and Spa at the Pennsylvania Hotel.
Jackson, a 6-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel from Argyle, Texas, gets close up with a photographer before the Westminster show.
Gaga, a 10-month-old Mastiff, is one of 2,000 dogs in New York for Monday's start of the Westminster show.
Hogan, a 5-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, gets a little help from his handlers in New York.
Elvis, a 4-year-old Bearded Collie, works out on a dog treadmill at the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York.
Breanna Uyeno plays with Wrigley, a 5-year-old Golden Retriever, at the Green Room Salon and Spa at the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York.
Candy, who will be competing in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, sits on her owner's couch with her fur brushed out.
Cindy Landry shows off her Yorkshire Terrier named Candy. Landry has been showing Yorkies for 25 years, and feels Candy is one of the best dogs she's shown.
Westminster Kennel Club Director of Communications David Frei leads a dog procession across 7th Ave with last years' champion Hickory, a 5-year old Scottish Deerhound ahead of the club's introduction of new breeds for the Westminster Dog Show.
Jose Barrera holds Alma Dulce, his 2-year old Xoloitzcuintli, during a Westminster Kennel Club press conference. The dog breed is one of six new ones added to the Westminster Dog Show.
Hoss, a 5-year-old Entlebucher Mountain Dog, will be allowed to compete as one of the six new Westminster Dog Show breeds.
Photographers surround Alma Dulce, a 2-year-old Xoloitzcuintli. The dog is one of six new breeds this year at the show.
Sofia, a 7-year-old Giant Schnauzer, and Travis, a 2-year-old Boston Terrier posed for photographers before the Super Bowl, won by Sofia's Giants.