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Natasha Wise and dog Dizzy win prestigious singles agility award at Crufts
A Rickmansworth world champion and Dizzy, a six-year-old Border Collie, proved every dog does have its day after walking away with a top prize at Crufts.
Dizzy was one of over 25,000 dogs at Birmingham’s NEC, presented by the Kennel Club, who are celebrating 140 years of promoting healthy, happy dogs.
Along with owner Natasha Wise, who is three-time world champion and has represented Great Britain with her dog, they claimed the prestigious singles agility award.
And 30-year-old Miss Wise was left beaming with pride at her and Dizzy’s performance at the world-famous Crufts in the West Midlands.
"I first started competing at Crufts in the Young Kennel Club when I was 11 and have been coming pretty much every year since," she said.
"It’s the biggest dog show in the world. Apart from Olympia in the UK, it is the competition that everyone wants to win.
"Dizzy is such an amazing dog, I love her to bits. It is mostly down to her that I have won, the competition is all about her and the dogs. I just run around with them."