From left, Diznee’s handler Rowan Baggenstos, co-owner Mariko Saum and co-owner Dawn Shaffett celebrate winningBest of Breed at the Westminster Dog Show in New York City.

From left, Diznee’s handler Rowan Baggenstos, co-owner Mariko Saum and co-owner Dawn Shaffett celebrate winningBest of Breed at the Westminster Dog Show in New York City.

Chimacum dog wins Best of Breed

Diznee, a Japanese chin, is now set to retire

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