On April 23rd 2021, the world’s smallest living dog, Miracle Milly, made history by breaking the Guinness World Record for the smallest dog ever. Miracle Milly belongs to Vanesa Semler of Dorado, Puerto Rico and she is a four-year-old Chihuahua that stands at a mere 6 inches tall and weighs 1.1 pounds. The previous record holder for the title of the world’s smallest living dog was a 3.8-inch tall Yorkshire Terrier from the United Kingdom.
Miracle Milly was born with a heart murmur, which nearly cost her her life, but her devoted owner Vanesa Semler was determined to keep her alive, and give her the best life possible. Vanesa nursed Miracle Milly back to health, giving her a special diet, special medications, and lots of love and attention. Miracle Milly was able to gain weight and her heart murmur corrected itself as she grew older.
Since Miracle Milly was born, Vanesa had suspected that her little pup was special and potentially a Guinness World Record holder, so she applied to the Guinness World Records organization to document and officially measure Miracle Milly to see if she was the world’s smallest dog. After submitting documentation and photographs, Guinness World Records verified that Miracle Milly had indeed broken the record for the world’s smallest living dog.
Since receiving her new title, Miracle Milly has become an Internet sensation, and she has stolen the hearts of people all over the world. Vanesa Semler has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support for her little Miracle Milly and she is grateful for the opportunity to share her tiny pup’s story.
The world’s smallest living dog is one of nature’s most remarkable achievements, and Miracle Milly is sure to bring joy to people all over the world. She is a reminder of the power of love and determination to overcome any obstacle and to pursue one’s dreams. Miracle Milly is a true champion, and she is sure to be an inspiration to us all.