Earlier this week, the Westminster Kennel Club unveiled two new breeds that are now able to compete in their annual dog show.
They are: the Vizsla, a Hungarian hunting breed, and the Coton de Tulear, which is actually native to Madagascar (despite it’s French nomenclature).
Representing their breed’s inaugural foray into the famous show were a 13-month old Vizsla Falco and 2-year-old Coton Luna.
While we congratulate these breeds for their new inclusion, and wish Falco and Luna the best of luck in the competition, we still have to ask: when are the mutts going to get an invitation to the show?
Oh well. They probably rock the after parties at least.