A Lick of History

While King Edward VII’s (1841-1910) best known dog was Caesar, a wirehaired fox terrier who walked in the king’s funeral procession, he had others including Luska R:

Source: Huntington, H. W. (1901). The show dog: being a book devoted to describing the cardinal virtues and objectionable features of all breeds of dogs from the show ring standpoint with mode of treatment of the dog both in health and sickness. Providence, R.I.: For the author, by the Remington Print. Co.

Imagine the bravery of those seventy-three judges awarding first prizes to the king’s dog.

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