Former Westminster Kennel Club winner mourned by Enderby owner – Vernon News
Divine Miss P cried
The owners and trainers of “The Divine Miss P” mourn the death of the former winner of the Best of the Westminster Kennel Club Show.
“It took me a few days to be able to write this. Last Wednesday morning part of my heart was lost forever when I woke up to find Miss P asleep in her bed for the last time,” said the co-owner Lori Crandlemire on Facebook. .
The Enderby Beagle was named 2014 Show Dog of the Year and won the Best In Show award at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club show in New York City in 2015.
âNo words can describe how devastating her passing was to our family. Miss P was happy and healthy and living every day to the fullest. Her personality was unmistakable in and out of the ring from the day she was born. was a princess, and she knew it, “Crandlemire wrote.
“Miss P took us on an unforgettable and wonderful journey. She introduced us to new places and new people and forged friendships that will no doubt last forever.”
Miss P, short for Peyton, was just the second beagle to win the top prize at Westminster, America’s premier dog show, after the paw prints of her great-uncle, Uno, who won the best of the exhibition award in 2008.
After her victory, Miss P appeared on morning TV shows and even got a role in the hit Broadway musical “Kinky Boots”.
– with files from The Canadian Press