(KRON/CNN) - At a major dog show in England, two protestors from PETA stormed in just as the "Best in Show" award had been announced at Crufts.
Members of the animal rights group had banners reading "Crufts: Canine Eugenics."
They argue that specialty breeding is wrong.
The "Best in Show" winner, a whippet, was clutched by her owner while protesters were tackled by security and taken away.
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