Westminster Dog Show: Meet the winner and finalists for best in show

Westminster Dog Show: Meet the winner and finalists for best in show
Rumor, a German shepherd, looks down at her ribbons after winning best in show at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Wednesday in New York. Julie Jacobson/AP
Rumor, a German shepherd, looks down at her ribbons after winning best in show at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Wednesday in New York. Julie Jacobson/AP

The 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show wrapped up Tuesday, with the top award for best in show going to Rumor the German shepherd. The newly crowned winner began making her rounds on several TV shows Wednesday morning. 

Every year, thousands of dogs and their breeders travel to New York City in hopes of winning Westminster's championship title or other awards for excellence in showmanship. Take a look a look at the full list of dog finalists that competed for the Westminster Kennel Club's best in show 2017.

Vermilion's Sea Breeze

Adrian, also known as Vermilion's Sea Breeze
Adrian, also known as Vermilion's Sea Breeze Julie Jacobson/AP

Adrian, also known as Vermilion's Sea Breeze, was given reserve best in show.

Duffy

Duffy
Duffy Julie Jacobson/AP

Duffy, a Norwegian Elkhound and hound group winner, was a finalist for best in show. 

Aftin

Aftin
Aftin Julie Jacobson/AP

Miniature poodle Aftin competed as a finalist and was the non-sporting group winner. 

Chuckie

Chuckie
Chuckie Julie Jacobson/AP

Chuckie took the competition's toy group award and also looked to impress judges for the best in show championship.

Devlin

Devlin
Devlin Julie Jacobson/AP

Devlin, a boxer dog, won the working dog competition. 

Tanner

Tanner
Tanner Julie Jacobson/AP

Norwich terrier Tanner was the terrier group's top dog and progressed to the best in show championship.