MEBANE, N.C. (WGHP/WNCN) — A North Carolina pup nearly went all the way to the top at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show!

The dog show was held on Wednesday evening, and while Trumpet, a bloodhound from Ohio, made history by being the first of his breed to take the title of Best In Show, North Carolina still managed to snag a prize!

MM, a Lakeland Terrier from Mebane, North Carolina won the Terrier Group!

362 other dogs entered in the group, according to a release.

The 6-year-old girl is “officially known as GCHG CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Nanhall Mizzconceived,” but you can just call her MM.

Winning her overall group is a huge honor.

She was handled by owner Ariel Cukier and is co-owned by Maripi Wooldridge and Jennifer Stevens.

MM was bred by Hayley Keys and Terrydale Kennels, a dog breeder in Willow Spring.

For full results and video of the event, you can check out the Westminster Kennel Club’s website.

Congratulations on your win, MM!