When it comes to beagles, the most famous one in the world happens to be a cartoon, but Snoopy's position as top dog could soon be shot down by another popular pooch.
Miss P's surprise win at the Westminster Dog Show Tuesday night has more than just tongues wagging -- she became only the second beagle to take the top prize in the show's 107-year history after her great-uncle Uno did it back in 2008.
Lorri Hodson is part of a group that rescues beagles from being subjects in research labs. Even though they have a reputation for following their nose, and being stubborn and hard to train, Hodson says their gentle nature and ease around children and other animals showed her beagles are ahead of the pack.
Learn more about Hodson's mission: http://www.beaglefreedomproject.org/adopt_or_foster