Trumpet, a bloodhound, kisses his handler Heather Helmer after winning Best in Show at the 146th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, New York, on Wednesday, June 22.
Handlers hold Boston terriers during breed judging at the 146th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, New York, on Tuesday, June 21.
A Pekingese dog runs the ring Tuesday.
A curly-coated retriever competes in the Sporting Group judging event.
Skye Marvin and her cairn terrier in the benching area during the Toy, Terrier and Non-Sporting Breed judging.
Olivia Hodgkinson prepares her poodle during the annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show.
Handlers walk Dalmatians around the ring.
A handler attaches a hot dog to her arm as a snack for her dog.
Bulldogs wait to be judged.
Natasha Cooper kisses her pug.
Handlers pose Belgian sheepdogs during breed judging.
A judge examines a pumi on Monday, June 20.
A handler brushes his beagle’s tail before competing during the 146th Westminster Kennel Club Dog show Monday.
Handler Claudio Cruz embraces Ethan, a basset hound, after winning the “Best of Breed” competition.
Gyula, a 9-year-old puli, peeks through his handler Stacy Czekaj’s legs as they wait to compete.
Bichon frises sit in the benching area during the agility competition on Saturday, June 19.
A poodle competes in the agility championship.
News media members with cameras take photos of dogs at a Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show preview event Thursday.
Trumpet, a bloodhound, wins Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show