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World’s ugliest dogs

World’s ugliest dogs
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Even ugly dogs can be cute, especially when they flash those puppy dog eyes and snuggle up next to you. So many people agree that ugly dogs are adorable that the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest has been held annually in the US for almost 30 years. Owners bring their pups to Petaluma, California to celebrate each and every dog’s unique beauty. The dogs walk up and down the red carpet in front of judges, international media, celebrity hosts and fans. The contest promotes the love of all dogs and encourages people to adopt because many of the contestants came from shelters and puppy mills. Not every dog has to meet the AKC’s pedigree standards to be a great addition to any home. Read on to take a look at some of the adorable contestants from the past few years.

Scamp the Tramp

Scamp the Tramp
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Rico

Rico
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Rico gives out a constant wink.

Lemmy

Lemmy
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Look at that sweet face.

Rascal Deux

Rascal Deux
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Look at her style. Rascal has appeared on America’s Got Talent and the cover of a magazine.

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Monkey

Monkey
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This adorable pup loves long car rides and meeting new people.

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Tostito

Tostito
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That tongue is ready to give kisses all day long.

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Himisaboo

Himisaboo
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That cute combover won the hearts of this pup’s parents.

Josie

Josie
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Josie doesn’t need any jewellery to make her one of the cutest ugly dogs.

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Wild Thang

Wild Thang
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Look at that fluff!

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