No one can beat this four legged champion.
For three years running, Emma has won the Berlin International Pug race.
Her owner, Angela Kaiser, pictured in 2017, said she wants to demonstrate that pugs are agile animals.
Seventy pugs tried their luck in the timed races, but none could best Emma's time.
It was a hot day, but there was plenty of water to keep the pugs cool and refreshed, organizers said.
For the pug-lovers of Berlin, the event is the pinnacle of pug racing in the city.
Emma has been described as the Usain Bolt of pugs, or even the FC Bayern. All we know is this bundle of cuteness can run.
It's no hunting or watch dog; but the wrinkle-faced pug is a charming and adorable companion — and currently a very popular breed. So much so that a Düsseldorf museum has dedicated an exhibit to the irresistible pooch.
A judge in Scotland said the video of a pug raising its paw to a Nazi phrase "contained menacing, anti-Semitic and racist material." The man responsible said he had intended the video to be a joke.
Locals could hear 8-year-old Barry's barks become weaker and weaker, but they struggled to locate the lost pooch. A crack team of national park staff in southern Germany managed to find the dog and carry him down.
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