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Try NOT to laugh: here are ten of the least photogenic dogs

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We love our dogs due to the way they love us, and the way their loyalty knows no bounds. But we also love our dogs when they make us laugh. So, guess what? Here are 10 such dogs!

By Nick Whittle

Published on the 10/10/2020, 21:00, Updated on the 08/02/2021, 13:24

Owning a dog is all part of life’s rich pageant. It is, in other words, an essential part of being a human! And as if that wasn’t reason enough to own a dog (as we all know), owning a dog will keep us fit of mind and body. 

We’ve trawled Facebook for the perfect examples of our adoration of dogs. And we’ve come up trumps.

Be they small, large, stupid or smelly these dogs enrich every aspect of our lives.

The Top Ten of Ridiculous

Our quick scan of the #unflatteringdogphotochallenge thread on Facebook has yielded these likely candidates: 

1: Rivers

2: Rivers (again; we couldn't resist)

3: Kingsley

4: Sammy



Posted by Stacy Cole Stephenson on Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Appearances can be deceiving

5: Jubal


Jubal wants to know if this picture makes his butt look big? #unflatteringdogphotochallenge Edit: I want to add that...

Posted by Kalyn RH on Monday, October 5, 2020

Kalyn RH adds of this picture of her dog Jubal that he was born with a congenital condition that caused him to be unable to lose weight. Four years ago Jubal passed on, and is sorely missed.

6: Holly


I SAID I was FINE!! 😬 #unflatteringdogphotochallenge #TooferOne

Posted by Stacey Mycko on Monday, October 5, 2020

7: Bowie

8: Ruthie

9: Charlie


Charlie vs. remote control car. Things got... tense.😂 #unflatteringdogphotochallenge

Posted by Tracey Lee on Monday, October 5, 2020

10: Tulip


#unflatteringdogphotochallenge Caught Tulip dreaming about having teeth and finally getting one of those heckin...

Posted by Emily Graves on Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Emily Graves adds here Tulip that Tulip's teeth were for some reason non-existent when she was adopted. Tooth surgery last year got rid of any remaining teeth that were causing her pain. Tulip is now, in fact, in the best of health!