Bulldog from Minnesota wins World's Ugliest Dog title

Bulldog from Minnesota wins World's Ugliest Dog title

Bulldog from Minnesota wins World's Ugliest Dog title

All dogs are good dogs.

Wild Thang, a Pekingese, stands onstage during the World's Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, Calif., Saturday, June 23, 2018.

A nine-year-old English bulldog called Zsa Zsa has won this year's world's ugliest dog contest.

The 9-year-old victor, named Zsa Zsa, was found via a pet-finding site by owner Megan Brainard of Anoka, Minn., according to a biography supplied for the contest.

Himisaboo, Chinese Crested and Dachshund mix, struts her stuff during the World's Ugliest Dog Contest.

Zsa Zsa the English bulldog took out this year's title.

She was then purchased by Underdog Rescue. Brainard found Zsa Zsa on a pet-finding site, according to the contest bio.

Martha was nearly blind when she came into Shirley's care, but has since undergone a number of operations and now has a pretty sweet life with her new owner. Palms are sweaty, eye movement is rapid, and the stakes are high as judges deliberate on which contestant takes home the crown of "World's Ugliest Dog".

Dogs with hairless bodies and lolling tongues will flaunt their imperfections as they compete to win the 2018 World's Ugliest Dog contest in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Ms Brainard will now receive $1,500 for Zsa Zsa's win. The pup was attended to by a glam squad, who painted her nails pink for the event and was elegantly dressed in a matching sparkly collar by an unnamed designer.

Please also note: Her claws are painted pink, to match her collar. The victor takes home $1,500.

"We are so excited for this", Brainard told CNN of the new canine superstar (she's set to fly to NYC to appear on the Today show).

Last year's victor was a 125-pound (57-kilogram) gentle giant named Martha - a Neopolitan Mastiff with gas and a droopy face. It took her family three days to drive out to Petaluma for the contest.

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