Last night Sadie, a black Scottish Terrier, took Best in Show honors at the 134th Westminster Kennel Club dog show. Sadie broke Westminster records by being the first winner of the show's Triple Crown. For the past 2 years, Sadie competed at Westminster. Last year she lost and expressed her disappointment by "relieving herself on the Garden Floor."
Sadie has had lots of experience with success. In November, Sadie was named Top Dog at Pennsylvania's National Dog Show. In December, Sadie also won the Eukanuba sponsored American Kennel Club Championship Sadie's handler Gabriel Rangel reported that "She was perfect. I couldn't ask for anything else."
Judge Elliot Weiss was smitten with the adorable little pooch. He said: "A dog of this quality only comes along once every 10 years." Apparently PETA demonstrators objected to the show. Police charged two women who stormed the stage of the Garden during the dog show wielding signs that read "Mutts Rule" and "Breeders Kill Shelter Dogs' Chances."
The interruption didn't stop Sadie from claiming her 112th ribbon.