Crufts - the world's largest dog show - returns to the NEC in Birmingham from Thursday, 11 to Sunday, 14 March 2010.
Hosted by the Kennel Club (UK), Crufts attracts tens of thousands of dog lovers from around the world.
Nearly 28,000 dogs are expected to take part this year. Visitors can meet their owners and get advice on everything from grooming to training.
The show will feature a range of competitions taking place at the same time.
Dickin Medal winner Treo is one of several dogs nominated for the Friend For Life award at Crufts.
The winners of seven pedigree categories are put forward to compete for the prestigious Best In Show award.
Other competitions will be taking place over the four days, where dogs will be judged in areas such as obedience and agility.
But not everyone likes Crufts and some are planning protests as they think it helps to promote the breeding of dogs to achieve a "master pedigree" at the cost of their health.