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A few weeks back, the Siberian husky named Nick took home the title “Best in Show” at the 4th annual Beverly Hills Dog Show Presented by Purina. Nick, who goes by the show name GCHP Sharin Nick of Dynasty RC Kennel, celebrated a star-studded win as the program aired Sunday night on NBC.

Olivia Culpo, Bo Derek, and many other celebrities watched while Nick was out-trotting six other competitors during the final round. They were the English springer spaniel named McConnaughey, the bloodhound Piper, the Cairn terrier Luna, the Havanese Bono, the Chinese Shar-Pei Joan, and the Shetland sheepdog Conrad.

Posted by David Frei on Sunday, May 17, 2020

 

Because of his latest success, Nick has now earned a total of 60 Best in Show wins. Of course, his handler, Michelle Scott, was there, guiding him through it all. Before winning the top prize, Nick was also crowned as the champion of the Working Group.

In an interview, Michelle was asked about what she believes sets Nick apart from his competition. According to Michelle, dogs like him need to have the determination and high energy. That is because such events take so long with temperature in the ring that is quite high. As a real athlete, Nick endures all these, and, not to mention, he has a big heart.

Best in show!

Raise those paws, Nick wins it all! 🐾Congratulations to Nick the Siberian Husky for winning this year's Best in Show at the Beverly Hills Dog Show presented by Purina! 🏆We loved watching all of our furry friends take the stage, and look forward to seeing everyone next year. 🐶

Posted by Beverly Hills Dog Show on Sunday, May 17, 2020

 

After adding another win under his collar, of course, Nick had to celebrate his big night. He feasted on a sumptuous meal and enjoyed a long nap in a cold room. Michelle said that there is nothing that Nick likes more than hanging out with them.

Whenever Michelle goes biking along the canal, Nick would always be there, enjoying the outdoors with her. Nick has already done and achieved so much in his doggy life. Despite that, Michelle said that, at the end of the day, he is still a dog. He finds happiness in simply staying by their side.

Credit: David Frei, Beverly Hills Dog Show

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