Everything You Need To Know About The 2015 Westminster Dog Of The Year Competition
It had everything – singing, running, and lots and lots of poo.
MPs gathered with their dogs at Westminster today in the hope of winning the coveted Dog of the Year rosette.
Conservative MP Alec Shelbrooke took to Microsoft Word and made his dogs their own manifesto.
These were handed out to raise awareness for his campaign against puppy farming, and the fact that Boris and Maggie are friendship goals.
Taking the morning off from constituency matters, Shelbrooke showed off Boris and Maggie at their best.
Shadow deputy leader of the House of Commons Melanie Onn brought her rottweiler, who was the lone Labourite in a sea of blue.
These meat-filled “doggy cupcakes” were placed dangerously near the human ones.
There was a lot of standing around with dogs going on.
Including Nigel Adams MP, who named his dog Eevee after a Pokémon.
The dreary October morning was slightly brightened by the revelation from Adams that his dog "does a mean twerk".
Baroness Masham said her dog Teddy eats croissants on Sundays and three raw eggs a week.
Whereas David Burrowes’ Labrador Cholmeley likes eating rat poison and chilling out in animal A&E.
After some running and jumping over mini fences, the MPs settled down for the results.
Third place went to this little rescue dog, Caspar.
A well-deserved second place went to former military mutt Carla.
Andrea Jenkyns' two dogs, Lady and Godiva, took home first prize, and Jenkyns told us the story of how Lady once shat the carpet.
Lady and Godiva also won the unofficial award for best-dressed lobbyist.
👏 Congrats, ladies. 👏
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