Seinfeld alum John O’Hurley and dog show analyst David Frei acted as cohosts once again for the program, which aired on Thanksgiving Day.
Find out which canines came out on top overall and in their respective categories by scrolling down!
Best in Show
This year's top prize went to Scottish Deerhound Claire, who is the daughter of Hickory, the 2011 Best in Show at Westminster.
Her handler Angela Lloyd has been working with Claire's bloodline for over a dozen years, so she knew she would do well. "Claire in her mind really believes in herself and has a lot of confidence in who she is," stated Lloyd. "And if you looked like her, wouldn’t you?"
Despite her prize, Claire's life is just like any other pooch's.
"She wakes in the morning fairly early. Then she goes for a run, which is probably across 56 acres or so with a river that runs through it, so it’s a big jaunt for her and her kennel mates. We do that every day. Then, by 11:30 a.m. she has had her breakfast and she takes a big snooze for the day," Lloyd shared of her daily routine. "Then she plays outside in the afternoon. She gets dinner around 6 p.m. and then just rests the rest of the day. Sometimes we watch Outlander when it’s on."
An Affenpinscher named Chester reigned supreme in his category for the second year in a row!
Sasha the Pyrenean Shepherd walked her way to victory, making her the first female of her breed to earn gold.
MM the Lakeland Terrier is described as "a total queen" who "loves to get massages and be the center of attention." Who can blame her?!
Spotted! German Shorthaired Pointer Jade is a beach girl at heart.
While on Today, Kathy Lee Gifford declared that Mo’Ne the Kuvasz has the "best name."
Bulldog Winter may look grumpy, but he's racked up 45 number one titles at various competitions!
Another accolade! Best in Show's Claire, the Scottish Deerhound, obviously took home the top honor in her individual category as well.