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Crufts 2016
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Time Out says

It's difficult to remember a time when Crufts wasn't in our lives, but then it has been going since Charles Cruft, a travelling dog biscuit salesman, founded the K9 competition in 1891. That means the annual dog show is turning the ripe old age of 125 this year, which they're celebrating by, well, going ahead with the show as usual.

Visitors can see dogs compete for the top spot in categories including agility, obedience, flyball, heelwork to music and, of course, Best in Show. There will also be 500 trade stands and more than 200 breeds to meet in the Discover Dogs area, where you can find out which dog will suit your lifestyle best.


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