Buddy Holly, a petit basset griffon Vendéen, bested six other finalists to garner the most prestigious dog show award in the United States.
NEW YORK — This Buddy Holly no longer has to sigh, “That’ll be the day.”
A petit basset griffon Vendéen named for the late rock ‘n’ roll legend won won best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show Tuesday night, a first for his rabbit-hunting breed.
Buddy Holly bested six other finalists to garner the most prestigious dog show award in the United States. PBGVs, as they’re known for short, are the 154th most prevalent purebreds in the country, according to recent American Kennel Club rankings.
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