Coco the terrier is top dog at Crufts

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A six-year-old Norfolk Terrier saw off competition from nearly 22,000 other dogs to win Best In Show at Crufts last night.

A six-year-old Norfolk Terrier saw off competition from nearly 22,000 other dogs to win Best In Show at Crufts last night.

Champion Cracknor Cause Celebre - Coco for short - was named top dog at the 102nd Crufts final, held in Birmingham, in what will be her last competition. Coco, owned by Pamela Beale, Stephanie Ingram and Elisabeth Matell, was paraded by a delighted Peter Green, who said: "She's gone out on a real high."

The Hero of the Year award went to an army spaniel called Buster, for his work in war zones.

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