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Scamp the Tramp

A Los Angeles dog named Scamp the Tramp has been crowned the World’s Ugliest Dog. The stray dog was rescued from an animal shelter and is now living with his new owner. He is the 31st winner of the World’s Ugliest Dog contest, which is intended to draw attention to rescue dogs. He will receive a trophy, $1,500 prize and a trip to New York City.

The judges were unable to decide which of the 19 dogs was the ugliest, so they asked the audience to choose their favorite. The audience voted for Scamp, and the dog was crowned the ugliest dog in the world. In order to win the competition, the dog must be the most ugly, but the judges must also consider personality traits and the dog’s accomplishments. Scamp regularly visits a senior center and volunteers as a “reading dog.”

Scamp was adopted from a stray shelter in Compton, California, where he almost died. Today, he works as a volunteer dog for several organizations. He visits senior centers and schools to interact with residents. While Scamp has no recognizable breed, his personality won over the judges, who called him a “fuzzy watermelon.”

Scamp the Tramp is an unknown breed with beady eyes and short, stubby legs. He won the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, California, and was awarded $1,500 for his new owner. The prize money will be donated to an animal shelter.

While Scamp the Tramp is the World’s Ugliest Dog, there are many other uglier dogs. Wild Thang, the dog that won second place, was distemper-infected and lost his front legs and jaw. Third place went to a Chihuahua with no teeth.

American hairless terrier

Many people love dogs for their cuteness, but many breeds do not have the fluffy fur or cute faces that most people associate with a dog. That’s why odd-looking dogs need recognition as well. One event that gives these dogs the recognition they deserve is the annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair. Owners from around the world enter their unattractive pets in this competition.


In 2012, a panel of judges crowned Mugly dog as the UGLIEST dog in the world. The Chinese Crested pooch beat out two previous winners – 2002 champion Rascal and four-year-old Japanese chin mix Princess Abby – to take home the award. The dog’s owner, Bev Nicholson, now uses Mugly as a therapy dog, working with children and families.

Mugly visits nursing homes, hospices, and hospitals. He has been a victim of a park attack several years ago, but continues to visit these places. In addition, he competes at the Marin-Sonoma Fairgrounds in Petaluma, California, which attracts global attention. The Chinese crested is a regular competitor.

NBC’s Kerry Sanders served as a judge for the 2022 World’s Ugliest Dog Contest. A hairless Chinese crested Chihuahua called Mr. Happy Face was crowned the winner. The dog was rescued from a hoarder’s house, and his owner says the title is an honor.

The contest is held every year. It has been running for 30 years and attracts contestants from all over the world. The World’s Ugliest Dog Contest has a very positive message – it promotes animal adoption. Several contestants are former shelter or puppy mill dogs.