Bichon Frise Wins 'Best In Show': Westminster Dog Show 2018 Results

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'I came in expecting nothing and just hoping for a good performance and I think I got it'. Flynn's registered name is apparently "Belle Creek's All I Care About Is Love".

"It feels a little unreal", said Bill McFadden, Flynn's handler.

Flynn the bichon frise beat out a darling pug, champion giant schnauzer, handsome border collie, sprightly Norfolk terrier, elegant borzoi and one cheeky Sussex spaniel to win best in show at the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club dog show in NY.

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The Westminster-winning team gets no prize money.

GCH CH Ingebar's Tynan Dances With Wildflowers, a Giant Schnauzer known as "Ty", owned by Sandra Nordstrom & Carol Mann & Maryann Bisceglia.

Farias paid tribute to Rumble, a "friend looking down from above" on Monday night after winning the Toy Dog group. Ty won the working group after entering Westminster and was ranked No. 1 dog in the country. One of the dog's co-owners is from Ocean City. The other finalists included Lucy the borzoi, Biggie the pug, Slick the border collie, Bean the Sussex spaniel and Winston the Norfolk terrier.

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More than 200 dog breeds and varieties were represented in the two-day event, joining the contest from all 50 US states and 16 other countries, including Canada, Mexico, Japan, Russia, Australia and China, the Westminster Kennel Club said in a statement.

Stenmark appeared to acknowledge this point before announcing Best in Show, stressing she loves "all dogs", but that Tuesday's proceeding was to honor the "best of the best" in the world of purebred dogs. She was seemingly addressing protest of the dog show on Tuesday by animal-rights groups who say Westminster is unwise to promote breeding when there are dogs in shelters - including many mixed-breed dogs - that need homes.

Rumor, a German shepherd and 2017 Best in Show victor, poses for photographers during a trip to One World Trade Centre in NY a year ago.

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Rumor, a female German shepherd, was named Best in Show at last year's competition.

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