Concluding two days of fierce and fluffy competition at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City, a German shepherd named Rumor earned Best in Show honors Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Rumor had won the Herding Group a day earlier en route to the overall victory.
She had been a favorite to win at last year's Westminster Dog Show, and finally achieved that goal this year.
Photographers gathered around the winning dog and her hardware late Tuesday night.
"It's, like, unbelievable," Kent Boyles, who's Rumor's owner, breeder and handler, told Fox Sports 1 moments after the dog's Best in Show victory. "I gotta wind up just maybe not sayin' a lot, just so I keep it together."
Rumor faced some stiff (and adorable) competition in that final round.
Adrian, an Irish Setter, won the Sporting Group and was named runner-up.
Duffy, a Norwegian elkhound, won the Hound Group.
Chuckie, a Pekingese, won the Toy Group.
Aftin, a miniature poodle, won the Non-Sporting Group.
Devlin, a boxer, won the Working Group.
And Tanner, a Norwich terrier, won the Terrier Group.
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