March 13, 2017

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Crufts Dog Show Recap

Crufts was hosted in Birmingham, England this year and saw it's fair share of dogs! It makes sense considering Crufts is the world's largest dog show. 

This year, Crufts took place from March 9th to March 12th and hosted some of the best show dogs from all over the world. If you missed it, don't worry! We're here to give you a recap on all the winners. 

Thursday, March 9th 

On Thursday, the Terrier Group and the Hound Group went head-to-head. Okay, well not necessarily with each other, but the dogs in each group were all stars! 

Terrier Group

Winner: Alan the Lakeland Terrier, whose coat shined as much as his eyes!

Hound Group

Winner: Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen named Frosty won. This pup was aptly named since he came from the chilly Netherlands. 

Friday, March 10th 

On Friday, the Utility Group (a group unique to Britain!) and the Toy Group competed for those champion titles. 

Utility Group

Winner: A Minature Poodle named Frankie (show title "Minarets Best Kept Secret") defied his size and took home the winning title. 

Toy Group 

Winner: The winner of this group was unsurprisingly tiny as well, a Yorkshire Terrier named My Precious JP Kagayaki. She traveled all the way from Japan to take home the winning title!

Saturday, March 11th

Saturday was a fresh day and saw only one group compete, the Gun Dog category. 

Gun Dog Group

Winner: An American Cocker Spaniel with an eciting name - Afterglow Miami Ink! Even though "American" was in his name, "Miami" hails from Blackpool.

Sunday, March 12th 

And finally on Sunday, the overall winner was crowned. It was... 

Best in Show: Afterglow Miami Ink, the American Cocker Spaniel.

Not only did Miami take home top dog for his breed, but top dog overall, too! This is quite the accomplishment because it's the first time an American Cocker Spaniel has won Crufts!

If you want to catch up on anything else you missed, check out Crufts' official website. Congratulations, Miami!

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