The National Dog Show Marks 20 Years With a New Breed and Special Tribute

After having to scale down the number of canine participants and limit its audience to cardboard cutouts last year, “The National Dog Show” is back in full force — even going so far as to introduce a new breed this, as well as an extended secondary show. And the timing couldn’t better as the holiday event marks its 20th year.

“This has become 20 years of unbelievably successful family holiday tradition,” says Jon Miller, creator of the National Dog Show and president of programming at NBC Sports Group. “We have become part and parcel with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Families will get together and watch the show as

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