Get ready for a Thanksgiving treat as the 22nd annual National Dog Show Presented by Purina, hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, takes center stage. While indulging in your holiday feast, why not add some adorable canine competition to the mix?
Here’s all you need to know about watching the 2023 National Dog Show live stream at home from anywhere without cable.
When and Where is National Dog Show 2023?
Scheduled to air on NBC and Peacock on Thursday, November 23, at 12:00 pm (local time), the 2023 National Dog Show returns as a cherished Thanksgiving tradition following the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
How to watch National Dog Show live stream at home from anywhere?
To catch every moment of the 2023 National Dog Show, simply tune in to NBC at noon local time. The broadcast will showcase the thrilling group judging rounds and, of course, the eagerly awaited Best in Show round.
For those on the go or looking for flexibility, animal enthusiasts can also stream the event on Peacock, NBCSports.com, and the NBC Sports app, starting at 12 p.m. EST on Thanksgiving. Don’t miss the chance to witness the grace and beauty of these remarkable dogs.
Who are the hosts and the judges?
- John O’Hurley – Host of the The National Dog Show. O’Hurley is a former Broadway musical star and TV personality known for his role in “Seinfeld.”
- David Frei – The former host of Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show supports O’Hurley as the National Dog Show expert analyst.
- Mary Carillo – This sportscaster has worked on the National Dog Show for nearly a decade.
- Carrie Chase – Chase will judge the competition this year. She has been involved in the sport of purebred dogs since 1988, and one of her own Corgis holds the record for the most wins by a Pembroke Welsh Corgi in American Kennel Club history.
What’s New About the 2023 National Dog Show?
During the 2023 National Dog Show airing, pet parents will have a chance to help pick Thanksgiving’s Top Dog. Purina has been searching for an everyday pup to name Thanksgiving’s Top Dog and has found five finalists, which the brand will share during the 2023 National Dog Show broadcast.
In the previous year, Winston, a French Bulldog, made history by winning Best in Show, triumphing over 1,500 dogs from 212 recognized breeds and varieties. Winston became the first French Bulldog to achieve this honor in the competition’s history.