Dog-lovers will be able to watch Birmingham's Crufts despite the BBC's decision to drop the show, thanks to a live webstream announced by producers.
The annual dog show, which takes place from March 5-8, was dealt a blow in December when the BBC decided not to broadcast the event following concerns over animal welfare.
However, the producers of the webcast are hoping fans will log on to crufts.org.uk to keep pace with the show.
Jeff Foulser, chairman of production company Sunset+Vine, said: "More than 160,000 people visited the NEC in Birmingham for the show last year, which illustrates the popularity of Crufts.
"But for those who can't make it in person, the live webcast means that anyone in the world with access to a computer can watch the action unfold as it happens."
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club spokeswoman, said: "We are proud of Crufts and are pleased to go online this year.
"Although the show will no longer be on the BBC, we know that it is the world's best platform to bring together those organisations and individuals who care about dogs, so we can continue to make a positive difference to dogs' lives."