They came, they saw, they ate treats and ran around in a circle.

Another Westminster dog show has come and gone. If you have it recorded and don't know the outcome, I won't ruin it for you -- in large part because I haven't watched it yet myself.

I will, however, give you a rundown of the how pet-related stocks fared during this momentous dog event:

Iams brand maker Procter & Gamble was recently up 0.7% to $51.82.

Wyeth and Pfizer each have an animal health division, and their stocks were up 0.7% to $42.75 and up 0.6% to $14.16, respectively.

PetMed Express was lately off 1.5% to $14.57.

PetSmart shares were up 0.8% to $19.77.

Central Garden and Pet shares were down 1.2% to $6.43.

Animal Health International shares were up 1.2% to $1.68.

MWI Veterinary Supply shares were up about 1% to $26.73.

Shares of

3M

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, which makes a number of pet hair-removal products under the Scotch brand, were up about 2% to $52.08.