Crufts 2017: Ellie-May from Reed wins Best of Breed

PUBLISHED: 12:12 19 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:12 19 March 2017

Geri Robinson from Reed with Ellie-May, a Cairn Terrier and  Best of Breed winner,  at Crufts 2017. Picture: onEdition

Geri Robinson from Reed with Ellie-May, a Cairn Terrier and Best of Breed winner, at Crufts 2017. Picture: onEdition

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Cairn terrier Ellie-May and her owner Geri Robinson came top of a category at Crufts 2017.

The pristine three-year-old pooch put her best paw forward to win the Best of Breed award.

This year’s Crufts marked the 126th show, which attracts dogs and owners from all over the world.

Geri said: “To get a best of breed at Crufts is so hard to achieve. I’ve been coming for 45 years and this is my first, so I’m delighted. She’s a lovely dog, although she is always after food! She has a great character though.”

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