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NEW YORK - California came out on top with the most winners (29) at the 2007 Westminster Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show held February 12-13 at Madison Square Garden. Entries from New York (16), Pennsylvania (12) and Florida (9) also had great success in competition in 165 breeds and varieties.

The state of Virginia produced three winning dogs, including Best In Show winner Ch. Felicity's Diamond Jim, an English Springer Spaniel that now will reign as America's Dog for the next year.

Westminster's total entry of 2,632 for its 131st annual event came from 48 different states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and from at least 5 different countries including Canada, Germany, Brazil, Argentina, and Japan.

Winners by state: California 29, New York 16, Pennsylvania 12, Florida 9, Washington 7, Arizona 6, Connecticut 6, Massachusetts 6, Colorado 5, Illinois 5, Michigan 5, Missouri 5, New Jersey 5, Wisconsin 5, Georgia 4, Indiana 4, Maryland 3, Ohio 3, Oregon 3, Texas 3, Virginia 3, Iowa 2, Nebraska 2, North Carolina 2, Oklahoma 2, Delaware 1, Idaho 1, Minnesota 1, Mississippi 1, New Hampshire 1, New Mexico 1, Tennessee 1, Utah 1, Vermont 1, Canada 3.

For the complete list of breed and group results, please see Westminster's website at

NOTE TO MEDIA: If you would like to contact an owner of a winning dog from your area for an interview, please contact Kelly Rubin or David Frei at the Westminster Kennel Club office at 212-213-3212.

WESTMINSTER 2007 BREED RESULTS (Microsoft Excel format)

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