Westminster winner’s handler suspect foul play in doggie death 

click to enlarge Foul play? The death of champion dog Polar Mist Cruz’N T’Party At Zamosky, aka Cruz, is being called suspicious by its handler. - FACEBOOK
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  • Foul play? The death of champion dog Polar Mist Cruz’N T’Party At Zamosky, aka Cruz, is being called suspicious by its handler.

A dog that competed at this year’s Westminster dog show died days later from strange circumstances, and its handler is crying foul. Could someone have poisoned him?

RadarOnline reports that a champion Samoyed named Polar Mist Cruz’N T’Party At Zamosky, aka Cruz, went paws-up four days later at another show in Colorado on Feb. 16 after vomiting up blood and suffering internal hemorrhaging. Cruz was cremated before a necropsy could be completed, but handler Robert Chaffin is suspicious of an animal-rights activist at the Westminster who was “scowling” at him.

His veterinarian told The New York Times that dogs “make bad decisions” and he could’ve just eaten the wrong thing.

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