Look out, hounds. There’s a new top dog in town.

Two of them, in fact — Revere, a 5-year-old Husky, and Dory, a 1-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier mix. The dogs were crowned Canine-King Boreas and Canine-Aurora, Queen of Snows, respectively, at Saturday’s Doggie Depot, an all-things-dog fair held at Union Dept as part of the St. Paul Winter Carnival.

Last year’s Canine-King and Canine-Queen, Arlo and Geneva, were on hand to see the honorifics transferred.

Revere is a foster dog with Adopt a Husky. His foster owner, Donna Mankowski of Prior Lake, said he’s very energetic, even for a breed known for being high-octane.

Dory, who was adopted from Save-a-Bull Rescue, is a big fan of playing in the snow, snuggling and watching Netflix, according to her owner, Emily Schmall of Falcon Heights.

More than 600 dogs entered the online-voting contest in early January. Some 150,000 votes were cast over four rounds of competition. Each winner receives $250 and a $250 donation to an animal welfare organization of his or her owner’s choice.

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