Meet Otis-Woody, the dog gunning for the record of smallest pug in the UK

As you can see, tiny Otis-Woody’s head is about the size of a tennis ball. This sweet little guy is four months old and only four inches tall. The Cleethorpes-based pup may just be the smallest pug in the country – weighing in at just a couple of pounds – and may just pick up the title in the Guinness World Record books. His owner Rachel East thinks he could be in with a shot, and that he may actually be the smallest example of the breed worldwide

Is this adorable little dog Otis the smallest pug in the whole of the country? Otis-Woody is a four month old pug from Cleethorpes, who at roughly four inches tall and weighing just a couple of pounds, may be the the smallest dog of its breed in the whole country. His owner Rachel East hopes that he may be in with a shout of a Guinness World Record, feeling that he could be the smallest pug on the planet. Otis was the “runt of his litter” and should be almost at his fully grown size by now, just like his five sisters who are more than three times bigger than him. Rachel East, of Cleethorpes, with her tiny four-month-old, Pug.

Otis has five sisters who are more than three times his size, but due to the fact he was the runt of the litter, he never quite caught up growing. Rachel calls the happy boy her ‘cheeky little monkey’ because he is so energetic and ‘a little bit mischievous’. Apparently, he loves to chew on everything from tennis balls to feet and socks. Whenever Rachel walks Otis, she ends up getting accosted by tons of people who (understandably) want cuddles and pictures. She said: ‘Every time I take him for a walk with his little kitten lead people are constantly stopping me and telling me how adorable he is and that he is so cute, and all I am really able to tell them is that I know, he is just wonderful.

He is brilliant with my children Sienna and Brinley who just adore him… ‘The only problem is that we have to be so careful whenever we walk around the house because he is so tiny we are worried that we might stand on him as he darts about between our feet.’ Rachel will likely need to wait until Otis-Woody is fully grown before they enter him into the record books, but he doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of a growth spurt just ye


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