John O’Hurley, David Frei dish on all-things 2020 National Dog Show

John O’Hurley, David Frei dish on all-things 2020 National Dog Show
THE NATIONAL DOG SHOW PRESENTED BY PURINA 2019 -- Pictured: (l-r) Frank DePaulo, Kennel Club of Philadelphia Show Chairman; Charlotte Patterson, Best In Show Judge; Wayne Ferguson, Kennel Club of Philadelphia President; Eduardo Paris, Handler; 2019 National Dog Show Best In Show winner, Bulldog named "Thor"; Corey Benedict, Northeastern Area Manager for the Purina Professional Engagement Team; Ann Viklund, Director of Conformation for the Purina Professional Engagement Team -- (Photo by: Bill McCay/NBC) (NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

NBC is ready to keep a favorite tradition alive for Thanksgiving Day: The National Dog Show. The competition will air at 12 p.m. local time.

The fan favorite holiday special will be co-hosted by author and Broadway star John O’Hurley and American Kennel Club-licensed judge David Frei.

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Due to the pandemic, The National Dog Show will be without specters, vendors, sponsors and media. In addition, judging will be done with strict safety guidelines and the competition is limited to 600 dogs, but that only makes the competition more fierce.

O’Hurley and Frei sat down with See and Be Seen who dished on everything you need to know about the 2020 show.

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