Dachshunds Todd and Sybil (and their human owners) represented the Isle of Wight at Crufts, last month.

Sunday, March 10 was hound and terrier day at the biggest dog show in the world so, at Birmingham’s NEC, the tiny dogs strutted their stuff.

Co-owned by Louise Rippon  and Charlotte Ratsey-Woodroffe, Sybil, 15 months, is a home-bred miniature dachshund.

Although she didn't place, her 'mums' said she performed beautifully.

Todd, 2, originally from Bulgaria, came third of six, in the post graduate dog category, which means he automatically qualified for Crufts 2025.

Charlotte Ratsey-Woodroffe said: “I was so thrilled with how both dogs performed. They really did us proud and I couldn’t have asked any more of them.

"It was just such a wonderful experience and we celebrated by spending too much money at the shopping stands."

Louise runs Island-based Preziosa Dachshunds, while Charlotte is the show team lead.