Chaos wins at Crufts

Liz Dunhill fought off competition from 134 other dogs to scoop the coveted prize before going on to compete for best in group
Liz Dunhill fought off competition from 134 other dogs to scoop the coveted prize before going on to compete for best in group

A BABWORTH dog groomer and Chaos, a 4-year-old Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, proved every dog does have its day after walking away with a top prize at Crufts.

Chaos was one of over 26,000 healthy, happy dogs at Birmingham’s NEC, presented by the Kennel Club, and claimed the prestigious Best of Breed award last weekend.

Owner Liz Dunhill fought off competition from 134 other dogs to scoop the coveted prize before going on to compete for best in group.

And Liz was left beaming with pride at her and Chaos’ performance at the world-famous Crufts in the West Midlands.

“I’ve been showing dogs at Crufts for over 30 years,” she said. “Chaos is a fantastic dog who has won over 25 CCs already.”

“To win best of breed here is a very nice feeling indeed and it means we got to go into the main arena which was very special.”

“He won his class last year but to go best of breed is even better, it’s been fantastic and to do it at Crufts, the big one of the year, is even more special.”