The poodle took home the title on Tuesday night.Siba triumphed over another dog named Daniel to take first place, despite the Madison Square Garden crowd chanting for the very popular golden retriever.
No golden retriever has won best in show since the Westminster show began in 1877. This, despite being the third most popular breed in the United States, according to the American Kennel Club.Bourbon the whippet finished second. Also in the best-of-seven final ring was Bono the Havanese, Wilma the boxer, Conrad the Shetland sheepdog, Wilma the boxer and Vinny the wire fox terrier.The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Teach Your Children to Ask Permission Before Petting a Strange Dog. There are 4.5 million dog bites in America each year, half of which happen to children. Make sure to teach your children to ask permission before petting any strange dogs.
Siba’s new life of fame! #WKCDogShow pic.twitter.com/cejiDYWW0D— Westminster Dog Show (@WKCDOGS)