Pups strut for judges

After showing George, a standard schnauzer, Ben Marcus of Pismo Beach washes out the chalk meant to maintain the dog’s hair shape as he is judged on appearance, characteristics, and temperament. Dogs of various breeds attended the Beverly Hills Dog Show at the Fairplex Saturday. The show is scheduled to air April 16 on USA Network./ photo by Megan Peralez
After showing George, a standard schnauzer, Ben Marcus of Pismo Beach washes out the chalk meant to maintain the dog’s hair shape as he is judged on appearance, characteristics, and temperament. Dogs of various breeds attended the Beverly Hills Dog Show at the Fairplex Saturday. The show is scheduled to air April 16 on USA Network. / photo by Megan Peralez
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