Newton, the Brussels griffon, was the best of all the good dogs during Thursday’s NBC broadcast of the National Dog Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia National Dog Show 2017 Winners

The prestigious Best In Show title is awarded to the top dog among those who won First in Group of the seven dog groups.

Newton beat out the whippet from the hound group, the old English sheepdog in the herding group, the Portuguese water dog in the working group, the American Staffordshire terrier in the terrier group, the English springer spaniel in the sporting group and the French bulldog in the non-sporting group.

This year’s Kennel Club of Philadelphia’s National Dog Show was a memorable one, as there were a record 191 of the 202 American Kennel Club-sanctioned breeds and varieties on display.

The unprecedented numbers didn’t end there, however. According to the event’s website, the Philadelphia club is actually older than the American Kennel Club and was initially organized in 1884 and hosted its first dog show in 1912.

Among other dog breeds competing were the Siberian husky, Rottweiler and Bernese mountain dog.

Check out this funny canine:

The smallest breed competition was graced by the youngest handler (six years old), who touched little Chihuahua:

The English springer spaniel took the sporting group crown, while the French bulldog won the non-sporting group title just before the best-in-show prize was handed out.