Daisy, a nine-year-old Pug, is seen during the 24th annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, California.
Mouse, a six-year-old Chihuahua smiles for the camera.
Josie, a three-year-old Chinese Crested.
Annie Ragsdale carries Rue, a two-year-old Chinese Crested.
A group of dog owners gather with dogs.
A dog owner guides her dog onstage to compete in the contest.
Creature, a Mexican Hairless dog, poses on the stage.
Creature’s beautiful smile.
Jon Alder holds his third place winning dog, Icky, a two-year-old Chinese Crested.
Icky really loves the camera.
Yvonne Morones carries Mouse.
Dane Andrew of Sunnyvale, California holds Rascal, a 14-year-old Chinese Crested.
Spam-O-Rama, a Chinese Crested pedigree dog, waits for his moment on stage.
Suzanne Marta holds up her Chinese crested dog, Handsome Hector.
A vet checks on Rascal before going on stage.
Another shot of Rascal.
Roman, a two-year-old Mexican Hairless Mix, competes with the best of the worst.
Bev Nicholson of Peterborough, England is overwhelmed with emotion as her Chinese crested dog, Mugly, wins the title of World’s Ugliest Dog.
And Mugly could care less. Diva.
Mugly still not caring.
Mugly tries to smile.
Mugly still trying to smile.
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