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Dog Show #321544

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 05, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) No. of dogs in United States given. Show dogs featured. "48 Hrs." broadcast announced. Report introduced.

(Acton, Massachusetts: Richard Schlesinger) Ex-show dog called Zoot shown relaxing in pond in Massachusetts; details given. [Owner Ann POLK - comments on dog.] Cost of showing dogs discussed; scenes shown. [POLK - comments on pride of owning champion dog.] [Dog owner Susan McMAHON - comments on cost.] [Judge Margretta PATTERSON - comments on nature of competition.] No. of dog shows held in United States given. [Dog handler Bill TRAINOR - says quality of breeds not what used to be.] [Breeder Julie GASOW - says dogs not getting enough attention] Next generation of show dogs discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Schlesinger, Richard

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