Photos: 138th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show

SHARE Photos: 138th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show

There were a total of 2,845 entries at the 138th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show, with 190 breeds and varieties being represented.

And on Tuesday night, a Wire Fox Terrier earned the title of Best in Show.

There’s was something for every dog lover at the show, regardless of whether you’re a fan of a Pekingese or a Bloodhound.

Flessner’s International S’cess, a bloodhound, wins best of the Hounds division on Monday. | Getty Images

Anette Brill hangs out with with Jewell the Great Dane on Tuesday. | Getty Images

An English Springer Spaniel waits his turn on Tuesday. | Getty Images

A Basset Hound is presented in the competition ring on Monday. | Getty Images

Kholoe, an Australian Shepherd, nuzzles with handler Maureen Grentus on Monday. | Getty Images

Dogue de Bordeaux Claire sits with Joy Chicatelli. | Getty Images

Nathan, a bloodhound, competes with other dogs in the Hound on Monday. | AP Photo

A toy poodle is judged in the competition ring on Monday. | AP Photo

A Bedlington Terrier sits in the benching area. | Getty Images

A dog is prepared to compete on Monday. | Getty Images

A St. Bernard. | Getty Images

A Scottish Terrier sits and waits for his turn on Tuesday. | Getty Images

Mike Helms and his Basset Hound Annie rest in the benching area on Monday. | Getty Images

An Airedale Terrier sits in the benching area on Tuesday. | Getty Images

The Latest
A look back at 10 outstanding images from Week 6 of the high school football season.
Alyssa Latham and Tony Smith hope this can be a special season for the Vikings, who went 19-9 and reached the sectional finals last season.
Jose Guzman became the first hunter to legally harvest a deer within Chicago in more than 150 years.
Nutrient values vary among species and growing region, but edible fungi are known to contain calcium, potassium, and magnesium, and are a good source of digestible protein.
The declaration will allow residents to apply for low-interest loans to rebuild their lives and property.