A Sealyham terrier named Stache was named this year's best in show winner at the National Dog Show on Thanksgiving Day. The show was held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania.
Stache's handler, Margery Good, said that Stache "gave a wonderful performance" and "stretched his little short legs and hands and flew around this ring."
Stache defeated a group of other top dogs, including a German shepherd, a Great Dane, a dalmatian, a Chesapeake Bay retriever, an Azawakh, and a shih tzu.
This is the first time that a Sealyham terrier has won best in show at the National Dog Show. Only two breeds have produced best in show winners twice: the wire fox terrier and the Scottish deerhound.
The National Dog Show is one of the most prestigious dog shows in the world. The Best in Show winner earns a $20,000 prize.
Congratulations to Stache and Margery Good on their well-deserved victory!