Zsa Zsa, Reigning 'World's Ugliest Dog,' Has Died

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Zsa Zsa was about nine years old when she passed away, which is about the life expectancy for the breed.

The English bulldog won the ugliness title at a contest last month in Petaluma, California, and after her win the celebrity canine received $1,500 and was flown to NY first class. English bulldog named Zha-Zha, victor of the ugliest dog in the world died at the age of nine years.

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"From the moment we saw her attractive face, we knew we would be her forever home", her owners said in a statement on the contest's website.

"I'm sad to share that ZSA ZSA passed away in her sleep last night", owner Megan Brainard announced Tuesday, July 10, on a Facebook page about her dog with a pronounced underbite and lolling tongue. "I haven't even processed her winning and fame". She said Zsa Zsa had not been having any health issues.

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Zha-Zha was found in a nursery in Missouri at the age of five.

We will remind, in late June in California was the 30th world contest The ugliest dog in the world.

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Zsa Zsa' winnings included $1,500, "a very large trophy" and a flight to NY, where she and Brainard appeared on the "Today" show.

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