A nine-year-old English bulldog was named the victor of the 2018 World's Ugliest Dog contest.
Christy Gentry, a spokeswoman for the event, said: "The world's ugliest dog contest is an iconic tradition of the Sonoma-Marin Fair".
The annual competition, which helps organizers publicize the many pets available for adoption, allows owners to flaunt the imperfections of their dogs. The dogs and their handlers walk down a red carpet.
The dog's owner Megan Brainard of Anoka, Minnesota, will receive US$1500 for Zsa Zsa's win. Her mother saw her handsome picture on pet finder and HAD TO HAVE HER! She will also be flown, with Zsa Zsa, to NY to make some public appearances and take part in a photo shoot.
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During the competition, she often plopped down on her side on stage with her droopy face spread across the ground when she was supposed to be showing off.
Last year's victor was Martha - a 125lb Neapolitan Mastiff with gas and a droopy face.
Himisaboo, a Chinese Crested and Dachshund mix, walks onstage during the World's Ugliest Dog Contest. The fair will also make an in-kind donation to Underdog Rescue.
Josie finished third in the contest and Scamp, a dog owned by Yvonne Morones of Santa Rosa, finished second among the 14 dogs that competed.
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The 2018 contest included a blackhead-covered Chinese Crested-Dachshund, a bulldog mix with excess wrinkly skin and a Pekingese named Wild Thang.
The competition is now in its 30th year.
The nine-year-old's muscular, rounded front legs and an underbite made her standout from the rest of the crowd.
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