November 30, 2022

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The local dog handler entered the National Thanksgiving Dog Show

The local dog handler entered the National Thanksgiving Dog Show

You may have watched the National Dog Show today while you were getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner, and it was also a chance to see a dog groomer and handler from Lancaster County on national television. It was a very special Thanksgiving for this dog, named Ori and his handler Lexi. Twenty-two-year-old Lexi Schlott and her family gathered around the TV to watch NBC’s broadcast of the national dog show, which was taped days earlier in Philly. “They ask me every year, ‘Are you going to be on TV?’ Well, I don’t know, maybe I’ll be in the background. ‘Well this year my dog ​​definitely has to be on it,’” said Lexi Schlott, dog groomer and breeder. Ori is owned by a lady from Pennsylvania and won the Best of Breed award over the weekend at the National Dog Show, advancing to the Toy category, which was broadcast on national television. “I’ve had many big wins before, but this is the first one that was televised,” said Lexi’s father, Dan Moehler. “We had this opportunity to be on the blue carpet and be in the spotlight,” Lexi said. “While Urey didn’t win the gaming category, Schlott was still proud of his presence and is already preparing for the next show.” I’m glad I became his manager and share this path again, he says. Schlote “He’s an amazing dog.”

You may have watched the National Dog Show today while you were getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner.

It was also a chance to see a dog groomer and handler from Lancaster County on national television.

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It was a very special Thanksgiving for this dog, named Ori, and his handler, Lexi.

Lexi Schlott, 22, and her family gathered around the TV to watch the NBC broadcast of the National Dog Show, which was taped days earlier in Philly.

“They ask me every year, ‘Will you be on TV?'” Well, I don’t know, maybe I’ll be in the background. Well this year my dog ​​should definitely be on it,” said dog handler and breeder, Lexi Schlott.

Ori is owned by a lady from Pennsylvania and won the Best of Breed award over the weekend at the National Dog Show, advancing to the Toy category, which is broadcast on national television.

“She’s had many big wins before, but this is the first one that’s ever been televised,” said Dan Moehler, Lexie’s father.

“We had this opportunity to just be on the blue carpet and be in the spotlight,” said Lexi.

While Ori didn’t win the Games category, Schlott was still proud of his presence and was already preparing for the next show.

“I am happy to be his therapist and share this path and again, he is an amazing dog,” Schlott says.