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Check Out the Winning Dogs of Hollywood’s Golden Collar Awards

scene from 'The Artist'
The Weinstein Company

Monday night was a big night for Hollywood’s best friends, those cute canines that do all the movie grunt work for none of the glamour and glory. That all changed with the celebration of the first annual Golden Collar Awards.

The Golden Collar Awards were established by Hollywood dog gossip publication ‘Dog News Daily’ (yes, that’s a real thing) to celebrate those actors on all fours that don’t get the recognition they deserve for their contributions to the entertainment industry. The awards went to pups in such categories as Best Dog in a Theatrical Film, Best Dog in a Foreign Film and Best Dog in a Television Series.

There was a gala red carpet event, where there were reportedly no accidents, and a star-studded awards ceremony. The prestigious awards went to some very popular dogs. Dogs that are probably inking better deals for themselves right now. See who won below.

Best Dog in a Theatrical Film - Uggie, ‘The Artist’

Uggie from the movie 'The Artist'
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Best Dog in a Foreign Film - Koko, ‘Red Dog’

Koko who played Red Dog in the Australian film 'Red Dog'
NelsonWoss, YouTube

Best Dog in a Television Series - Brigitte as Stella in ‘Modern Family’

Brigitte as Stella in ABC's 'Modern Family'
20th Century Fox Television

Best Dog in a Reality TV Show (tie) - Jiggy from ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

Giggy the dog from 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
Taylor Hill, Getty Images

Hercules from ‘Pit Boss’

Hercules from Animal Planet's 'Pit Boss'
AnimalPlanet.com

Best Dog in a Direct-to-DVD FilmRody as Marley in ‘Marley & Me: The Puppy Years’

Rody as Marley in 'Marley & Me: The Puppy Years'
20th Century Fox Films

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