The 145th Westminster Dog Show took place this past weekend, but in a new venue. And for the fifth time in history, the competition was won by a Pekeingese.
Typically held at Madison Square Garden, the event was moved to an outdoor location for safety and everyone loved it.
The two day affair was at Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown New York because of the pandemic.
The Westminster Dog Show is the second-oldest continuous sporting event in the United States, after the Kentucky Derby. It was the first time the competition has taken place outside of New York's Madison Square Garden, where it has been held every year since 1877.
It is also the longest nationally televised live dog show, according to the Westminster Kennel Club.
Wasabi's breeder, David Fitzpatrick, told Fox's Sara Walsh he and the 3-year-old Pekingese will be celebrating tonight.
"He can have a filet mignon and I'll have champagne," Fitzpatrick said.
The reserve slot, or runner-up, was given to Bourbon the whippet.