It was another action packed two days at the famous dog show, with Toy and Utility breeds being put through their paces on Friday, and Gundogs competing yesterday.
Channel 4's resident maths whizz Rachel Riley was there to support the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.
"Deafness is not something you see straightaway," she said.
"[The charity's work is] lifechanging."
Running from March 9 to 12 the world renowned dog show is a firm favourite for Britain's dog lovers, as well as canine experts.
The event features a range of competitions such as dog agility, obedience, heelwork to music, and the acclaimed best in show.
Tickets are priced from £18 and children under 12 get in free.