The Guinness World Record has been set by the world’s shortest dog, which is smaller than a TV remote.

Pearl, a female Chihuahua who was born on September 1, 2020, has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s shortest-living dog. Measuring only 9.14 cm (3.59 in) in height and 12.7 cm (5.0 in) in length, Pearl is even smaller than a popsicle and about the same length as a dollar note. Her owner, Vanesa Semler, presented Pearl on the Italian TV show Lo Show Dei Record in an Easter egg-shaped seat, where Pearl received enthusiastic applause from the audience. Pearl’s calm temperament impressed everyone, despite Ms. Semler jokingly referring to her as a diva. Pearl’s favorite foods include high-quality chicken and salmon, and she enjoys dressing up nicely. Pearl’s mother’s identical sister, Miracle Milly, previously held the same title as the world’s shortest-living dog. Each measurement of Pearl’s height was taken three times from the base of her front leg foot up to the top of the withers in a straight vertical line at the Crystal Creek Animal Hospital in Orlando. As Pearl continues to break records, Ms. Semler is dedicated to providing her with the love and care she deserves. Fans of Pearl have taken to social media to express their admiration for this record-breaking Chihuahua, and her story continues to inspire people worldwide as an amazing example of the animal kingdom’s diversity.

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