Transcript for Best in Show at Westminster, Not Just a Pretty Face
it take to be best in show? A spunky wire fox terrier named sky is vice with olympic medalists for the spotlight today, by grabbing the top prize at the west miminster dog show. That dog is good be much more than a pretty face. Here's ABC's Ron Claiborne. Reporter: After all the primping, blowdrying, last-minute shampooing -- was there really every any doubt? Just look at her. Proud, regal, a commanding figure on four legs. Best in show this evening is the wire fox terrier. Reporter: Sky, a 5-year-old wire fox terrier, wowed them at Westminster. Besting Allie the poodle and Nathan the blood hound. How many has she won? 129 best in shows. Reporter: 129? Yes. Reporter: Kind of a super dog, isn't it? Super dog. Reporter: Today, sky was the toast of New York City. Even treated to her favorite meal, chicken. Excuse me while I kiss sky. She's just the last in a long line of champions, her breed, wire fox terriers, named best in show a record 14 times. They were originally bred in the 17th century to hunt mice and fox. That makes them determined. Canine con sourps say they are born with a love of the spotlight. They are the clowns of the dog world. They want to please their owners. Reporter: In competition, skysky is laser focused. Her coat perfect, her tail enviously straight. Number one dog in the country this year. Reporter: In the end, it was all of that, but something more. What one judge called the it factor. She just said, "Pick me." Ron Claiborne, ABC news, new York. Sky and I had a moment on "Gma" this morning. Take a look. My docks might be a little jealous.
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