A Florida Chihuahua named Pearl has been officially recognized as the world's tiniest dog. It is noteworthy that the previous record belongs to Pearl's aunt.

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At the age of 2, Pearl is so small that she can hardly reach the size of one-dollar bill.

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The Chihuahua is just 3.59 inches (9.14 cm) tall and 5 inches (12.7 cm) long. The record-breaking baby weighs only 1.22 lb (553 g).

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Pearl was born in 2020 in Orlando, Florida, where she still lives with her doting owner Vanesa Semler.

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At birth, the dog weighed less than an ounce. Semler notes that Pearl has an extremely calm disposition.

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The previous record holder was a Chihuahua named Millie with a height of 3.80 inches (9.65 cm). She managed to hold the record from February 2013 until her death in 2020. It is noteworthy that Pearl and Millie are relatives.

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