This 1914 publicity photo provided by the Westminster Kennel Club shows the 1914 Westminster Best In Show winner, Slumber. Sheepdogs have been recognized by the American Kennel Club since the late 1800's and won best in show at Westminster in 1914 and 1975. Breeders in the United States and England are concerned about the drop in the number of purebred sheepdog puppies registered in the two countries each year, as more owners choose smaller dogs like pocket pets and designer puppies. (AP Photo/Westminster Kennel Club)

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This 1914 publicity photo provided by the Westminster Kennel Club shows the 1914 Westminster Best In Show winner, Slumber. Sheepdogs have been recognized by the American Kennel Club since the late 1800's and won best in show at Westminster in 1914 and 1975. Breeders in the United States and England are concerned about the drop in the number of purebred sheepdog puppies registered in the two countries each year, as more owners choose smaller dogs like pocket pets and designer puppies. (AP Photo/Westminster Kennel Club)
This 1914 publicity photo provided by the Westminster Kennel Club shows the 1914 Westminster Best In Show winner, Slumber. Sheepdogs have been recognized by the American Kennel Club since the late 1800's and won best in show at Westminster in 1914 and 1975. Breeders in the United States and England are concerned about the drop in the number of purebred sheepdog puppies registered in the two countries each year, as more owners choose smaller dogs like pocket pets and designer puppies. (AP Photo/Westminster Kennel Club)
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