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Competitive pets: The National League’s top dog finals

They’re all good dogs. But who is the National League’s top dog?

There are no real losers when it comes to pets. But in last week’s polls, two dogs rose to the top of the pack. (Well, technically three dogs since one category was “puppy pairs,” but you know what I mean.)

Today we vote on the National League’s Top Dog.

Here are our finalists:

1. Winner, puppy pairs: Kona and Benny the Jet (Kyle Freeland, Colorado Rockies)

Photos courtesy of @konabear_and_bennythejet on Instagram
Kyle Freeland’s golden retriever Kona
Kona
Photo courtesy of @konabear_and_bennythejet on Instagram
Kyle Freeland’s dog Benny
Benny
Photo courtesy of @konabear_and_bennythejet on Instagram
Kyle Freeland and his two dogs Photo courtesy of @konabear_and_bennythejet on Instagram

2. Winner, solo dog: Cooper (Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers)

Christian Yelich’s dog Cooper Photos courtesy of @cooper.yelich on Instagram
Christian Yelich’s dog Cooper Photo courtesy of @cooper.yelich on Instagram
Christian Yelich’s dog Cooper Photo courtesy of @cooper.yelich on Instagram
Christian Yelich and his dog Cooper Photo courtesy of @christianyelich on Instagram

Choose wisely, my friends.

Poll

Who is the National League’s Top Dog?

This poll is closed

  • 61%
    Kona and Benny
    (1207 votes)
  • 38%
    Cooper
    (749 votes)
1956 votes total Vote Now