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[MUSIC PLAYING] Not every single dog can be a show dog. They have to have that sparkle. It's in the details, the shape of their eye, the level of their top line, the length of their neck. All that stuff is, at the end of the day, what makes the difference between a show dog and someone's pet. But it doesn't take away from the average pet. I mean, everybody's dogs are beautiful in their eyes. And that's what's most important. [MUSIC PLAYING] We've had the opportunity to show many top dogs. My top dog right now is Cristo. He is currently the top terrier in the country and has just won his 50th Best in Show this week. Cristo has become such a part of our lives and our family. Our daughters love him. They think all Wire Fox Terriers are named Cristo. He's just like any other dog. He likes to play with you. Who likes to run away from you. He's a good pet. He's a good dog. And we are lucky enough to be able to keep Cristo when he retires. One of my personal favorite dogs here at Forest View is Player. He is an English Springer Spaniel, a Multiple Group winner and Reserve Best in Show winner. Player is the son of Titus, our Springer Spaniel, who was actually pictured on the bag of Purina Pro Plan Lamb and Rice. It's so cool for us too that the dog food that we feed actually has one of our dogs on the bag. Another cool dog that we have here is the Rhodesian Ridgeback called Redford. To keep a Rhodesian Ridgeback in condition is a tall order. They need the space to run. They need the food and the energy. He's 100 pounds. That's a lot of dog to feed. We're so honored to be able to have dogs like Monte Cristo and Redford and Player in our kennel. It's not an opportunity that many handlers get to have a number of top dogs, beautiful dogs that people have entrusted us with. It is an absolute blessing and we love it. [MUSIC PLAYING]