American Kennel Club is hosting its 11th annual Meet the Breeds this weekend at the Javits Center. The two-day event brings together 150 different dog breeds and 25 different cat breeds.
It was dogs and cats under one roof at the Javits Center on Saturday as the American Kennel Club held its 11th annual Meet the Breeds event.
This weekend the American Kennel Club hosts its 11th annual Meet the Breeds at the Javits Center on Manhattan’s West Side.
This weekend, the American Kennel Club is hosting its 11th annual Meet the Breeds event at the Javits Center, and 160 breeds of dogs and cats will be on hand for you to meet.
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