The Crufts Dog Show has come to a close at the NEC in Birmingham with its famous Best in Show finale.
The Kennel Club said almost 22,000 dogs across 187 breeds were entered into this year's competition.
They were whittled down from their individual categories to just seven competitors, who were cheered on by thousands of dog-lovers in the arena.
The Best in Show prize has been awarded for the past 79 years, with 40 breeds winning the title.
The show was broadcast on More4 this year after the BBC, which first screened Crufts in 1966, dropped its coverage in 2008 over welfare concerns.
As well as television coverage, Crufts was being streamed live online and its official site on Facebook has attracted more than 21,000 fans.
At the start of this year's show the Kennel Club said it was "committed to ensuring that every dog's life is as healthy and happy as it can be".
Kennel Club communications director Caroline Kisko said the canine show is "a celebration of healthy, happy dogs which recognises the special and unique bond between dogs and their owners".
A streaker wearing a cat-shaped mask covering his modesty livened-up proceedings during the judging of the gundog category.
A Terrier named Rico from Russia won second prize, beating a Rottweiler, a Welsh Corgi, a Pharaoh Hound, a Maltese and an Akita.
Yogi became the first Hungarian Vizsla to win Best in Show and is now likely to retire. Judge Valerie Foss said: "He is such a lovely mover, so powerful, so free. He is just a very, very good dog."
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