PHOTOS: Meet Martha, World’s Ugliest Dog

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That is, the jowly 3-12 months-vintage Neapolitan Mastiff has some remarkably expansive cheeks — so expensive, in reality, they stoop nearly to her knees and flap like slobbery wings when she shakes her head.

Martha received the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest in Petaluma, Calif., beating out 13 other very homely pups to assert the crown on Friday. Besides the honor of the identity, Martha also receives a trophy, a $1,500 prize, and a flight to New York City for “media appearances,” consistent with contest organizers.

In triumphing, Martha additionally earned every other — one would possibly say more — honor: her location enshrined on an illustrious list of champions that dates lower back nearly three decades.

“We’re proud to rejoice all dogs and pets utilizing showing that irrespective of their imperfections, they are adaptable, lovely, and a wonderful addition to any own family,” says Erin Post, CEO of the Sonoma-Marin Fair, where the contest is held.

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Martha hasn’t usually been showered with laurels. In fact, as The Associated Press reviews, the 125-pound giant has conquered a few desperate straits:

“The canine, from close by Sebastopol, became rescued when she turned into almost blind from overlook via the Dogwood Animal Rescue Project in Sonoma County, wherein the competition become held. After numerous surgeries, she will be able to see once more now, [handler Shirley] Zindler said.”
Some took umbrage with the phrase “unpleasant” in Martha’s name — she’s “stunning,” as a minimum in line with one prominent onlooker.

The wire carrier says the judges and the group fell straight away in love together with her lumbering charms — even though she was a bit less than inspired with them, “frequently plopping down on her aspect on degree together with her droopy face spread throughout the floor whilst she became speculated to be displaying off.”

Don’t allow Martha’s lackadaisical confidence to idiot you, though: The greats often make it appear easy, irrespective of how difficult the opposition is.

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“The canine, from close by Sebastopol, became rescued when she turned into almost blind from overlook via the Dogwood Animal Rescue Project in Sonoma County, wherein the competition become held. After numerous surgeries, she will be able to see once more now, [handler Shirley] Zindler said.”