Is your prized pooch a beauty or a beast?

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AS DOG breeders and owners flock to Crufts we want to find South Yorkshire’s top dogs – and they don’t have to be a prize pooch.

While judges at Crufts, the self-styled ‘world’s greatest dog show’, look for the best, we are launching a search for Beauty and the Beast – the region’s cutest dog as well as some of the more unusual-looking hounds, even if your beloved canine looks more like Mugly, the world’s ugliest dog, than a Crufts champion.

Mugly, a rescue dog from Peterborough in Cambridgeshire, was named the world’s ugliest dog at the annual competition held in the United States last June.

The eight-year-old Chinese crested mutt won $1,000 – and a year’s worth of dog cookies – by beating 28 other dogs from around the world to the ugly crown.

To enter our competition, just send a photograph of your dog, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number and the dog’s name, to news@thestar.co.uk to arrive no later than noon on Saturday, March 16.

All the submitted photographs will then be featured in The Star, before we invite our readers to vote for their favourite.