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Seven dogs earn the honor of competing in the Westminster Dog Show's Best in Show round. Each canine is the winner of its group. The groups are broken down into Toy, Sporting, Hound, Non-Sporting, Working, Terrier and Herding.
Here at the seven dogs competing for Westminster's coveted blue ribbon.
Norfolk Terrier Winston won the Terrier Group with his handler Ernesto Lara.
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Working Group the went giant Schnauzer Ty who was joined on the ring by his handler Katie Bernardin.
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Sussex spaniel Bean won the hearts of the crowd and the title of Sporting Group king led by his handler Per Ingar Rismyhr.
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Biggie the pug dominated the Toy Group with his handler Esteban Farias.
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Bichon Frise Flynn took the Non-Sporting Group with handler Bill McFadden.
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Girl power! Lucy the lady Borzoi and her handler Valerie Nunes-Atkinson topped the Hound Group.
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Renowned for their smarts, Border collies are often a favorite at Westminster, and this year was no different. Slick the Border collie and his handler Jaime Clute won the Herding Group.
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The show dogs more athletic counterparts, the canines of the Westminster Dog Show's agility competition, already crowned their winners.
Over the weekend, the pooches — both purebred and mixed — jumped, weaved and sprinted their way to victory as part of the Westminster Dog Show Master Agility competition. Let's meet the dogs who have already wagged away with a big ribbon.
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This Papillon pooch showed little dogs can achieve big things, winning the 8-inch division of the agility competition with handler Howard Carr.
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Pre the poodle conquered the course for the 12-inch division with a little help from handler Laura Dolan.
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Apparently Pink is a winning name. This Border collie, who styles their name like the famous singer, clinched the 16-inch division with handler Jennifer Crank.
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Kaboom, also a Border collie, blew away the competition, grabbing the 24-inch division with handler Amber McCune.
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This sweet pup was named the agility competition’s All American Dog, an honor giving to the highest ranking mixed breed dog. Jefe took second in the 12-inch division with handler Liza Buckner.
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It’s in the name! Fame the Border collie won the 20-inch division and the overall competition, earning the title Master Agility Champion with handler Jessica Ajoux.
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