A number of the world's most accomplished dogs went head-to-head on Monday, competing in the most prestigious and acclaimed competition that the canine world has to offer.
That was the 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City.
Across the country, meanwhile, another group of dogs competed in the first Golden Collar Awards, a newer and sillier event with, shall we say, a less illustrious pedigree. The showbiz version of a dog show may have lacked the prestige and history, but it had a lot more real housewives, of both Beverly Hills and New York.
And while we won't know Westminster's Best in Show until Tuesday night, the Golden Collar Awards announced its top dogs on...