Cuba's dog shows gain popularity

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There is a new passion sweeping revolutionary Cuba that seems rather at odds with the harsh economic reality of the times.

Pedigree dog breeding has become so popular that dog shows are making a comeback for the first time since Fidel Castro's Revolution of 1959.

The BBC's correspondent in Havana, Michael Voss, reports.

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