A French bulldog from Kent has missed out on being crowned the ugliest dog in the UK.
Milo lives with his owners in Cliffe Woods, near Rochester, and has one eye and an underbite.
Owner Emma Stephens entered him into the competition, hosted by ParrotPrint.com, after seeing it advertised on This Morning.
She previously said: "We always joke that he's got the sort of face only a mother could love and things like that, so just for a bit of fun we entered him into the contest because there aren't that many contests out there for dogs with quirks.
"You get competitions for pretty looking dogs but it's nice to celebrate the ones that are a bit challenged with their looks."
Milo only has one eye, as a result of an eye infection he got when he was a puppy.
He wasn't yet at the point where his eyes had opened, so bacteria got trapped behind his left eye, which ended up imploding.
He was also diagnosed with hydrocephalus, which is fluid in the brain, when he was six-to-eight weeks old and started to lose the hair on the front of his head.
Emma said: "We appreciate that he's not everyone's cup of tea but he's beautiful to us.
"I don't think any dog is truly ugly, they all have their loveable ways but I think it's nice for the underdog to be celebrated and have a title and a bit of a fuss as well."
Milo had been shortlisted as one of the final seven dogs in the competition.
However, winner of this year's competition is Peggy from East Yorkshire – a five-year-old cross between a pug and a Chinese crested breed.
Peggy was the runt of an accidental litter and remained unwanted until owner Holly Middleton fell in love with her at first sight at the end of 2018.
She has a little tuft of white hair and her tongue hangs out to one side, which her owner describes as "quirky".
Winning the competition has meant Peggy will have a professional makeover and pamper session at a doggy spa and a photo session.
Chief judge and ParrotPrint founder Matt Dahan said: “We all absolutely adore Peggy.
"When we launched this contest I never once thought we’d find a dog like her who manages to be both ugly and so, so cute all at the same time.
"She is so loved by Holly and her family which is fantastic to see."