Correction: Westminster Dog Show-Caring for Veterinarians

Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_64029 Judith Harbour, staff veterinary social worker at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, sits for a portrait Wednesday, June 15, 2022, in New York. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming Westminster Kennel Club dog show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_63208 Bean, a Sussex spaniel, appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. Bean took crowd-pleasing turns in the final round of the show in 2018 and 2019. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_25145 Singe, a 2-year-old mudi, appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The mudi is one of two breeds making their debut at the dog show this year. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_29695 An American foxhound named Cardi B appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The American foxhound is among the rare breeds that compete. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_33489 A mixed-breed dog named Nala gets ready for an agility demonstration at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The show's agility competition, introduced in 2014, allows mixed-breed and purebred dogs. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_07977 News media members with cameras take photos of dogs at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview event along with canine handlers in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_81134 A Skye terrier appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The Skye terrier is among the rare breeds that compete. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_09333 Singe, a 2-year-old mudi, appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The mudi is one of two breeds making their debut at the dog show this year. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_95597 Lita, a Labrador retriever, does an obedience demonstration with owner Linda Brennan at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. Brennan, of Columbia, N.J., and another Lab, Heart, won Westminster's obedience competition five years in a row, with their last victory in 2020. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
Dog_Show_Caring_for_Veterinarians_68607 Lexi, a 9-month-old Russian toy dog, appears at a Westminster Kennel Club dog show preview news conference at Hudson Yards in New York, Thursday, June 16, 2022. The Russian toy is one of two breeds making their debut at the dog show this year. The dogs get the spotlight, but the upcoming show is also illuminating a human issue: veterinarians' mental health.
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NEW YORK (AP) — In a story published June 18, 2022, about the Westminster Dog Show, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of an association. It is the American Veterinary Medical Association.

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