2014 Westminster Dog Show: TV Schedule Info and Full Preview for Day 2

Richard Langford@@noontide34Correspondent IFebruary 11, 2014

Beagles line up in the competition ring during the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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The 2014 Westminster Dog Show will resume on Tuesday in New York City's Madison Square Garden for the second and final day of competition. 

Tuesday will feature Best in Breed awarded in the Sporting, Working and Terrier groups. It will also include the highlighted awarding of Best in Show. 

In all, this competition will feature roughly 2,800 dogs from 190 breeds. 

Here are the vitals to catching all the pageantry from the comforts of your house: 

Westminster Dog Show TV Schedule for Day 2

When: Tuesday, Feb. 14

Where: Madison Square Garden, New York City

TV Coverage: USA Network from 8-11 p.m. ET; except on the West Coast. For those viewers, coverage will begin at 8 p.m. PT.

Scheduled: Sporting, Working and Terrier Groups, Best In Show

*All information via WestminsterKennelClub.com.

On Monday, fans saw the following groups award Best of Breed honors: Hound, Toy, Non-Sporting and Herding. All of the results can be viewed at WestminsterKennelClub.com.

Of note moving forward in this glamorous event are the four Best in Group winners from Monday. Here are the four dogs moving on to vie for Best in Show honors: 

Classy, a miniature pinscher, won the Toy group, and his owners, Leah Monte and Armando Angelbello, now will look forward to moving onto winning Best in Show. 

Angelbello, who also trains Classy, still seems to be enjoying the moment, however. He was quoted by the Miami Herald after the Best in Group win as saying, “Winning at Westminster is a dream of every breeder and owner.” 

This competition is more open than ever. That is due to Swagger not winning Best in Group honors. The English sheepdog is a veteran performer and a proven crowd charmer. 

The Los Angeles Times' Tina Susman wasn't shy about labeling Swagger one of the favorites:

Of course, this isn't all that surprising. If Swagger sounds familiar, it is likely because he was first runner-up behind last year's Best in Show champ, Banana Joe—a tiny black affenpinscher.

Alas, none of this was good enough to have Swagger moving on, but that won't stop this show from coming to a riveting conclusion.