All dogs great and small arrive in their winter gear for Crufts
Dogs of all shapes and sizes have been pictured arriving in Birmingham for Crufts 2023.
Thursday saw a chilly start to the world-famous dog show, which is due to run at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) until Sunday.
As snow fell in Birmingham, pooches were seen arriving decked out in raincoats, onesies and even knitted beanies to protect against the bitter cold.
Temperatures plummeted to 0°C on Thursday afternoon, but the Met Office warned the area would feel more like -4°C as an Arctic blast swept the UK, with weather warnings in place across large parts of the country.
A yellow warning of snow was in place for Birmingham throughout Thursday and until 2pm on Friday.
The televised dog show is running from Thursday until Sunday.
Crufts annually attracts more than 8,000 competitors along with hundreds of thousands of visitors, and is broadcast to an international television audience.