All the Winners From the 2019 Westminster Dog Show

Meet the Masters Obedience Championship winner, Masters Agility Championship winner and more of the top dogs from Westminster 2019.

143rd Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
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The canine Super Bowl is here!

The 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is well underway. Out of thousands of dogs from over 200 breeds only one will be crowned Best in Show on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Before the coveted purple ribbon is awarded, there are plenty of other pooch winners. Take a look at the dogs below who have already won big at Westminster, including the pooches who have earned the top prizes in the agility and obedience competitions.

Best in Show and Group Winners

The competitive Terrier Group went to the King the Wire Fox Terrier. The Wire Fox Terrier is Westminster’s most winning dog breed with 14 Best in Show titles since the show’s start. King went on to win Best in Show at the 2019 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Wilma the Boxer took the Working Group.

Crowd favorite from last year, Bean the Sussex Spaniel, won the Sporting Group again this year.

Burns the long-haired Dachshund took home the title of Best in Group for the Hound Group.

Best in Group for the Toy Group went to Bono the Havanese.

Colton the Schipperke won the Non-Sporting Group, but was later ruled ineligible for the Best in Show prize, reports Washington Post.

Baby Lars the Bouvier des Flandres is the Herding Group winner.

Masters Agility Championship Winners

Verb is the Master Agility Champion for 2019! The Border Collie also won the agility competition’s 20-inch division.

Gabby the Papillon wowed the crowds with her speed and won the 8-inch division of the agility competition.

With a 33.45-second run time, Pixel the Miniature American Shepherd won the 12-inch division.

P!nk the Border Collie rocked the obstacle course, and won the 16-inch division.

Harley, a cancer survivor, won the agility competition’s 24-inch division and the title of All-American Dog.

Masters Obedience Championship Winner

For the fourth year in a row, Heart the Labrador retriever took home the title of Master Obedience Champion.

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