This undated publicity image provided courtesy of American Kennel Club shows a St. Bernard. In the 1890s, the St. Bernard was accepted by the American Kennel Club and became No. 1. To this day, the dog is the only giant breed to reach the top spot and the only No. 1 never to appear in the top-10 again. (AP Photo/Courtesy American Kennel Club)

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This undated publicity image provided courtesy of American Kennel Club shows a St. Bernard. In the 1890s, the St. Bernard was accepted by the American Kennel Club and became No. 1. To this day, the dog is the only giant breed to reach the top spot and the only No. 1 never to appear in the top-10 again. (AP Photo/Courtesy American Kennel Club)
This undated publicity image provided courtesy of American Kennel Club shows a St. Bernard. In the 1890s, the St. Bernard was accepted by the American Kennel Club and became No. 1. To this day, the dog is the only giant breed to reach the top spot and the only No. 1 never to appear in the top-10 again. (AP Photo/Courtesy American Kennel Club)
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