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It's Good To Be King: Wire Fox Terrier Wins Westminster Dog Show

It's the 15th time a wire fox terrier has won the top prize. "As good as it gets," the best in show judge said.

A wire fox terrier named King has taken the crown at the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. He's the 15th wire fox terrier to win "Best in Show."

"You know, I love you all," said Best in Show judge Peter Green as he stood in front of honing his own craft as a professional dog handler to terriers, raised his arm and pointed at the dog he apparently loved the most. "He's best in show."

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