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Photos: Worst in Show celebrated the average mutt with blue ribbons and a lot of love

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Dogs of all shapes and sizes gathered Saturday to compete in a different kind of dog show: Worst in Show, a benefit for Freedom Service Dogs, celebrated the scruffy and downtrodden canines of the world, giving ribbons out for everything from cuteness to super drooling powers. This might not have been the Westminster Kennel Club with its goofy hairdos and pampered prancers, but as these pictures by Marissa Shevins show, it was still a lot of fun.

See also: Rocky Mountain Cluster Dog Show 2014

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