At this year’s National Dog Show, the best dog was a French bulldog named Winston. He was cream-colored. The three-year-old dog beat out six other finalists to win best in the show at the Kennel Club of Philadelphia’s annual event, which was broadcast on Thanksgiving Day by NBC.

After he was named the winner, Winston’s handler and co-owner, Perry Payson, picked him up and spun him above the royal blue carpet. People in the crowd cheered loudly. Winston had a big grin on his face.

Later, Payson brought Winston out into the crowd so that people could pet him.

He walked over to the people and they were just like touching a movie star. We just had never seen anything quite like that. It was an explosion of applause,

said Wayne Ferguson, president of the Philadelphia kennel club.

He is a show dog with personality and beauty and a perfect fit for the breed,

said Vicki Seiler-Cushman, the best-in-show judge, in a statement.

He has a razzle dazzle that says, ‘I am here to win tonight.

According to the American Kennel Club, only Labrador retrievers are more popular than French bulldogs in the U.S. The third most popular dog breed is the golden retriever.

Morgan Fox, a defensive end for the Los Angeles Chargers, is one of the people who own Winston. When Winston was a puppy, he helped raise him. One of the show’s announcers said Winston “runs like a little linebacker” as a joke.

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Winston has won a number of titles over the years. His registered show name is GCHP Fox Canyon’s I Won The War at Goldshield. This is Winston’s 78th best-in-show win, which makes him the best dog of any breed in the U.S.

This year, the American Kennel Club allowed the Bracco Italiano, the Russian toy, and the mudi to compete in the National Dog Show.

Winston had already won in his group which had nothing to do with sports before the final round. He beat an American Staffordshire terrier named Trouble from the terrier group, an Alaskan Malamute named Reus from the working group, a Treeing Walker Coonhound named Nate from the hound group, an Irish water spaniel named Sloane from the sporting group, a German shepherd named River from the herding group, and an English toy spaniel named Cooper from the toy group.

Cooper won Reserve Best in Show, which is the prize for coming in second.

Winston was seen eating some treats on a silver tray after the excitement of today’s event died down.