Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show winners through the years

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Take a look back at the pups that have won Best in Show at the Madison Square Garden Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, from 1995 to today.

1995 Best in Show winner

This Scottish terrier owned by Dr. J. Kinnarney
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

This Scottish terrier owned by Dr. J. Kinnarney and Dr. V. Huber won Best in Show at the 1995 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

1996 Best in Show winner

In 1996, Judith and Richard Zaleski's clumber spaniel
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

In 1996, Judith and Richard Zaleski's clumber spaniel won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

1997 Best in Show winner

Rita Holloway and Gabrio Del Torre's standard schnauzer
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

Rita Holloway and Gabrio Del Torre's standard schnauzer won Best in Show at the 1997 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

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1998 Best in Show winner

This Norwich terrier, owned by Sandina Kennels, won
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

This Norwich terrier, owned by Sandina Kennels, won Best in Show at the 1998 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

1999 Best in Show winner

Kirby, a male papillon, and his owner John
(Credit: AP / Mark Lennihan)

Kirby, a male papillon, and his owner John Oulton won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 9, 1999.

2000 Best in Show winner

This English springer spaniel won Best in Show
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

This English springer spaniel won Best in Show at the 2000 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2001 Best in Show winner

This bichon frise won Best in Show at
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

This bichon frise won Best in Show at the 2001 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2002 Best in Show winner

Surrey Spice Girl, a miniature poodle owned by
(Credit: AP / Ron Frehm)

Surrey Spice Girl, a miniature poodle owned by Ron and Barbara Scott, and shown by handler Kaz Hosaka, won Best in Show in the 126th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2002.

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2003 Best in Show winner

Handler Bill McFadden's Kerry blue terrier, Mick, won
(Credit: AP / Gregory Bull)

Handler Bill McFadden's Kerry blue terrier, Mick, won Best in Show in the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York's Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2003.

2004 Best in Show winner

This Newfoundland owned by Peggy Helming and Carol
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

This Newfoundland owned by Peggy Helming and Carol Bernard Bergmann won 2004 Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2005 Best in Show winner

Carlee, a German short-haired pointer, and handler Michelle
(Credit: Getty Images / Mario Tama)

Carlee, a German short-haired pointer, and handler Michelle Ostermiller won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show's Best in Show award at Madison Square Garden February 15, 2005.

2006 Best in Show winner

Bull Terrier Rufus won Westminster's 2006 Best in
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

Bull Terrier Rufus won Westminster's 2006 Best in Show award.

2007 Best in Show winner

James, the English springer spaniel, and his handlers
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

James, the English springer spaniel, and his handlers Teresa and Allen Patton, won Best in Show at the 2007 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

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2008 Best in Show winner

Uno the beagle stands in his cup after
(Credit: Getty Images / Timothy A. Clary)

Uno the beagle stands in his cup after winning Best in Show at the 132nd Westminster Kennel Club Annual Dog Show at Madison Square Garden Feb. 12, 2008.

2009 Best in Show winner

Stump, the Sussex spaniel, and handlers Cecilia Ruggles,
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

Stump, the Sussex spaniel, and handlers Cecilia Ruggles, Beth Dowd and Scott Sommer won the Westminster Kennel Club's 2009 Best in Show award.

2010 Best in Show winner

Scottish terrier Sadie and handler Amelia Musser won
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

Scottish terrier Sadie and handler Amelia Musser won the Westminster Kennel Club's 2010 Best in Show award.

2011 Best in Show winner

Hickory, a Scottish deerhound, won Best in Show
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club / Mary Bloom)

Hickory, a Scottish deerhound, won Best in Show at the 2011 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2012 Best in Show winner

Pekingese Malachy and handlers Iris Love, S. Middlebrooks
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club / Mary Bloom)

Pekingese Malachy and handlers Iris Love, S. Middlebrooks and D. Fitzpatrick won Best in Show at the 2012 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2013 Best in Show winner

This affenpinscher, named Banana Joe, won Best in
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club / Jack Grassa)

This affenpinscher, named Banana Joe, won Best in Show at the 2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2014 Best in Show winner

(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club)

"GCH Afterall Painting The Sky" a.k.a. "Sky," a wire fox terrier was awarded the 2014 Best in Show award at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2014 Masters Agility Championship winner

Kelso, a 7-year-old border collie owned and handled
(Credit: The Westminster Kennel Club / Jack Grassa)

Kelso, a 7-year-old border collie owned and handled by Delaney Ratner of Cape Elizabeth won the first Masters Agility Championship at the 2014 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

2015 best in show winner

MIss P, the 4-year-old beagle came to Westminster
(Credit: Getty Images / Andrew Burton)

MIss P, the 4-year-old beagle came to Westminster with 19 U.S. best in shows in paw, and left as the winner of best in show at the 2015 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

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