It’s that time of year again, folks. The world’s most amazing dogs prepare to strut in hopes of getting the best of show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. The second continuously held sporting event in the United States – behind the Kentucky Derby – has been held in New York since 1877. Let’s take a look at some of the past winners, shall we? Bark twice for YES.
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A title worthy of… King! And that’s exactly who won Best in Show 2019. The Wire Fox Terrier is shown here basking in the glory of his newfound fame.
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Flynn, a tiny Bichon Frize who reigned supreme in 2018, has a face anyone can love.
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Look how majestic Rumor, a gorgeous German Shepherd, looked as he took home the top prize.
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We would like to plant a kiss on the head of CJ, a German Shorthaired Pointer too!
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This little beagle – named Miss P – is the definition of a nice girl, don’t you think?
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Sky, a wired fox terrier, looks straight into our souls – which we’re all about, for the record.
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One has the impression that Malachy, a Pekingese, woke up like this. Look at that fabulous hair!
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This Scottish Greyhound named Hickory is super big and looks like a winner, doesn’t he?
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Sadie, a Scottish terrier, may be the cutest thing we’ve seen all day. Just look at that face!
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We love that Stump, a Sussex Spaniel, doubles as a place to hang out. Much respect to the oldest pup to ever win.
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Look at this good boy! This one is called Uno, a beagle, and he is definitely number 1 in our hearts.
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James, an English Springer Spaniel, receives some well-deserved love from his owner.
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This bull terrier named Rufus looks like a fierce competitor, especially because of his strong build.
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Carlee, a German Shorthaired Pointer, is standing on two legs, either trying to get a treat or trying to do a victory dance with his owner.
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This Newfoundland is called Josh, and he couldn’t be more relaxed to end the evening at the front of the pack.
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Mick, a Kerry blue terrier, is ready to strut after winning the supreme title. Good boy!
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It should come as no surprise that this miniature poodle is named Spice.
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If you think this Bichon Frize named JR looks like a puffball, you’d be absolutely right.
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Samantha, an English Springer Spaniel, won the top prize at the turn of the new millennium.
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We can’t even handle how cute Kirby, a butterfly, looks sitting in this trophy. What a position of power!
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Rocki, a Norwich terrier, had to bark with “Eye of the Tiger” while training for this competition, and it paid off!
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There’s nothing average about this standard schnauzer named Parsifal Di Casa Netzer, especially his name.
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Brady was one of a group of competing doggos, but this clumber spaniel eclipsed all the others.
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Peggy Sue, a Scottish terrier, knows how to strike a pose.
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This little Norwich terrier may be small, but he’s mighty. After all, his name is Willum the Conqueror.
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