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World's Ugliest Dog Dies on Thanksgiving

by Dr. Enozia Vakil on December 1, 2013 at 9:01 PM
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 World's Ugliest Dog Dies on Thanksgiving

World's ugliest dog, Elwood, passed away suddenly on Thanksgiving in New Jersey.

The dog, which was a cross between chihuahua and Chinese crested, was a very homely and lovable dog, and has had a book written about him, ABC News reported.

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Elwood was completely hairless except for a tuft on his head and a tongue that was permanently out on one side and became an asset after it won the title in 2007 at the Marin-Sonoma County Fair in California.

Source: ANI
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