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  1. Standard poodle Siba wins best in show at Westminster Dog Show

  2. Just shy of four years old, the graceful black female from Northampton, Pennsylvania triumphed over crowd favorites Daniel the golden retriever and Bono the Havanese at the grand finale of the three-day event at Madison Square Garden, her crown of

  3. "We think she's beautiful and has that special something, so hopefully that's what he saw," Siba's handler Chrystal Murray said, referring to the Best in Show judge, Robert Slay, in a post-show interview. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  4. Before Siba embarks on a whirlwind tour of television appearances and celebrity photo shoots, as is customary for Westminster champions, Murray said she would get to enjoy plenty of her favorite treat: chicken. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  5. Siba advanced to the final round as the champion of the non-sporting group, going head-to-head with the winners in six other groups - hounds, toy dogs, herding dogs, working dogs, sporting dogs and terriers. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  6. A standard poodle named Siba was crowned "Best in Show" at the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York on February 11, 2020, taking home the grand prize in the most prestigious competition for pure-bred canines in the United States.

  7. A Pekingese named Wasabi is judged, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  8. A Bull Terrier takes part in the Terrier group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  9. A Neapolitan Mastiff named Gracie takes part in the Working group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  10. An A.S.C.O.B. Cocker Spaniel interacts with people during the Sporting group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  11. A Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever named Falco takes part in the Sporting group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  12. A Wire Fox Terrier takes part in the Terrier group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  13. A Boxer named Wilma takes part in the Working group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  14. A Sussex Spaniel named Gunny takes part in the Sporting group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  15. A Golden Retriever named Daniel takes part in the Sporting group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  16. A Tibetan Mastiff named Clifford takes part in the Working group competition, February 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  17. A dog performs tricks, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  18. A toy poodle named Cami is judged, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  19. A Spanish waterdog named Moo is judged, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  20. A Shetland sheepdog named Conrad is carried into the ring, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  21. A dog is groomed, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  22. Pomeranians are judged, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  23. A German shepherd named Tony competes, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  24. A whippet named Bourbon is judged, February 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  25. A dog is walked by his handler to its performance, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  26. A Puli dog is seen during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  27. Audience members cheer during the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  28. A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  29. Dogs are seen during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  30. A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  31. Puli dogs get ready backstage before their performance, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  32. A dog competes during Master Obedience, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  33. Norwich terriers are judged, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  34. Saxson, a collie dog, rests, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  35. A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  36. An Afghan hound gets ready backstage before its performance, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  37. A dog competes during Master Obedience, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  38. Old English Sheepdogs are seen during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  39. A dog and its owner await judging, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  40. A dog is seen during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  41. A dog and his handler share a moment as they get ready backstage before their performance, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  42. Participants walk their dogs ahead of the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  43. A dog is pet during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  44. A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  45. A bulldog looks up, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  46. Puli dogs get ready backstage before their performance, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  47. An Australian shepherd peers out from its cage, February 10. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

  48. A dog competes in the Masters Agility Championship, February 8. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

  49. A dog waits its turn during breed judging, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

  50. Dogs compete, February 9. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz