A TIBETAN Terrier from Mold reached the final of the prestigious Crufts dog show.
Eighteen-month old Gabby, who is owned by David Roberts, won the Best in Group for the Utility group on Friday which qualified her to compete against six other dogs in the Best in Show final.
More than 20,000 dogs competed for a place in one of the most prestigious competitions in the canine world, which was held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
Gabby competed in the final on Sunday in front of an audience of millions, with the show being broadcast live on Channel 4.
Unfortunately, she was beaten on the day by a Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen from Oxfordshire called Jilly.
Proud owner David, a member of the Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme, was delighted when Gabby won her section and made it to the Best Dog in Show final.
He said: “It’s amazing, I was numb, I was so shocked I didn’t imagine this for one second.”
Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko said: “We were delighted to see Gabby chosen as the group winner.
“She is such a lovely dog that clearly loves being in the showring and has a great relationship with her handler.
“Reaching the Best in Show final at Crufts is a fabulous achievement for any dog.”