A Hungarian Vizsla named Yogi has won Best In Show at Crufts.
The seven-year-old beat off competition from six other dogs in the culmination of the four-day show at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
Yogi is the first Hungarian Vizsla to win Best in Show. Handler John Thirlwell said his "wonderful dog" from Carlisle, Cumbria, is likely to retire.
Rico, a Scottish Terrier from Russia, took second prize at Crufts, the largest dog show in the world.
And Judge Valerie Foss said of the winning dog: "He is such a lovely mover, so powerful, so free.
"He is just a very, very good dog."
The Kennel Club said nearly 22,000 dogs across 187 breeds were entered into this year's Best in Show competition.
Yogi is a good looking boy.
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Yogi is UK’s TOP DOG 2006 & 2007. In 2006, this was by the biggest winning margin in the history of the "Dogworld Magazine" competition. Winning again in 2007 makes him one of only three dogs ever to go back-to-back.
Yogi left Australia as an All Breeds Best In Show winner and since arriving in England has won 12 BIS, 4 RUBIS, 3 BISS, 28 BIG, 7 RUBIG and 45 CC's surely becoming the world's biggest winning Vizsla considering the average number of dogs exhibited at a Champ Show in England is in excess of 10,000!
He is 2nd placed in total number of BIS won by gundog in a “lifetime” and he's achieved this in just over 2yrs and is the only gundog to win 7 BIS in one show season, which is the highest number ever won in UK.
"This Vizsla is surely the blueprint! His conformation is outstanding, all that I have read about it and studied about shoulder and hind angulation is seen in this dog.