Congratulations are in order for this very good boy.
Scamp the Tramp nabbed this year's first prize at the 31st annual World's Ugliest Dog Contest, beating out other adorably ugly pups with his gray, pointy hair.
Held at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, California, last week, the competition gathered 19 dogs to duke it out for the dubious honor.
The competition isn't designed to poke fun at these puppers; rather, organizers want more dogs to be adopted from pet shelters.
Most of the contest's entrants are previously rescued from kill shelters, found abandoned on streets or seized from breeders.
In 2014, Scamp was adopted by Yvonne Morones at a shelter in Compton, California, an hour before he was set to be put down, according to a release.
“It was on the way home that I knew I made the right choice," said Morones in a statement. "There we were, two strangers in a car on the way home to a new start. Bob Marley was playing ... and little Scamp was bobbing his head. It was like he knew he had found his forever home.”
By day, Scamp is a volunteer dog, visiting schools and senior citizens centers.
Second-place honors went to a Pekingese named Wild Thang, while third went to Tostito, a Chihuahua. Both dogs have stuck-out tongues and droopy faces.
Last year’s victor was an English bulldog named Zsa Zsa, who endeared herself to the judges by sneezing and drooling on them. Scamp was the runner-up last year.
Contributing: The Associated Press
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: A very good boy named Scamp the Tramp wins World's Ugliest Dog 2019