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PlumCreekKennelClubDogShow744

SHOT 2/13/2004 - LeRoy Chavez of Clovis, N.M. poses with "Brutus", his male Yorkshire Terrier after showing the dog Friday afternoon. "Yorkies", as they are commonly called were developed during the Victorian era as ratters and pets in England and despite their diminuative size (breed standard is not to exceed seven lbs.) can be quite ferocious in the pursuit of a rat. Chavez said "Brutus" is the ultimate "lap dog and loyal lover" adding that the dog sleeps with him every night. The Rocky Mountain Cluster dog show is one of the largest dog shows in the West and features 162 different breeds of dogs and draws close to 4,000 canines a day. The four day long event is held cooperatively between the Plum Creek Kennel Club and the Colorado Kennel Club. The dog show draws people and dogs from all across the country as well as Mexico, Canada and Europe..(Photo by MARC PISCOTTY / ©2004)

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© 2006 Marc Piscotty
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Portraits, Rocky Mountain Cluster Dog Show, Photo Brigade Podcast, New Website - Projects, Marc Piscotty Gallery Print Collection, Aurora Select Query, Dogs, Animals for John Kuck
SHOT 2/13/2004 - LeRoy Chavez of Clovis, N.M. poses with "Brutus", his male Yorkshire Terrier after showing the dog Friday afternoon. "Yorkies", as they are commonly called were developed during the Victorian era as ratters and pets in England and despite their diminuative size (breed standard is not to exceed seven lbs.) can be quite ferocious in the pursuit of a rat. Chavez said "Brutus" is the ultimate "lap dog and loyal lover" adding that the dog sleeps with him every night. The Rocky Mountain Cluster dog show is one of the largest dog shows in the West and features 162 different breeds of dogs and draws close to 4,000 canines a day. The four day long event is held cooperatively between the Plum Creek Kennel Club and the Colorado Kennel Club. The dog show draws people and dogs from all across the country as well as Mexico, Canada and Europe..(Photo by MARC PISCOTTY / ©2004)