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Yakima Dog Show Brings Hundreds of Breeds to the Valley

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YAKIMA, Wash.--You can catch almost every different type of dog breed at the Central Washington State Fairgrounds over the weekend.

The Yakima Valley Kennel Club is hosting their second annual dog show, which brings hundreds of trainers and pups into our area.

Trainers said dogs are judged on their disposition and they put a lot of time and care into prepping their furry friends.

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