The National Dog Show has become a yearly Thanksgiving event and commentator David Frei understands why. Frei co-hosts the dog show with actor John O’Hurley and has also been the expert commentator at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show for nearly two decades.
He’s seen the popularity increase yearly and – as an avid dog enthusiast – Frei is convinced people are attached to their canine companions more than ever – even apartment dwellers like him, who he says don’t rely on big backyard’s to entertain their pets.
Plus Frie believes, The National Dog Show is a great alternative to the programming schedule for the holiday and it allows viewers the opportunity to root for the underdog…as they see it.
Frei‘s dogs are therapy certified, which means they visit people who need a little canine cuddling and can’t have the pups around 24/7.
Click onto three media bars for David Frei‘s reason why the National Dog Show has a growing fanbase, plus his personal doghouse regime and how his faithful companions help other humans in need of affection.
The National Dog Show Presented by Purina airs Thanksgiving, noon to 2:00 p.m. (all time zones) on NBC.