Scottish Deerhound Wins Best in Show at the National Dog Show 2020

National Dog Show Best In Show Winner, Scottish Deerhound named “Claire.” Bill McCay/NBC

She’s ruff competition!

A 3-year-old Scottish deerhound named Claire won the National Dog Show 2020 Thursday — becoming the first of her breed ever to fetch the coveted title.

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The smiley pooch won the top accolade with her owner, Angela Lloyd, at her side — beating out seven finalists and a total of 538 entries.

Dog lovers quickly took to social media to cheer the tall, scraggly-haired underdog.

“A Scottish deerhound named Claire won the dog show. Good news for Claires everywhere,” one fan gushed.

Another added, “A beautiful dog, a great winner. Congrats Claire! :)”

The host of the annual Thanksgiving day competition, Kennel Club of Philadelphia President Wayne Ferguson, said it’s the first time in the show’s 135-year history that the breed emerged as a star.

“Scottish deerhounds are not usually in the best-in-show limelight,” Ferguson told NJ Advance Media, adding that they’re “one of the oldest breeds that the American Kennel Club recognized.”

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SOURCE: New York Post, Natalie O’Neill

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