Hampstead Garden Suburb pooch wins Jewish charity’s cutest pet competition
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A dog from Hampstead Garden Suburb has won a contest to find Britain’s cutest Jewish pet, judged by comic Ashley Blaker.
Mini Goodman won mobility charity Jewish Blind and Disabled’s annual PETron pretty pet contest beating stiff competition from 24 other contenders, including dogs, cats, a rabbit, tortoise and hen’s chick.
Mini won by raising the biggest smile from Ashley and his children. Mr Blaker said: “It was very tough to pick a winner but we loved how Mini looked like she was trying to walk on her legs.”
Proud owner Zac Goodman said: “Mini’s really enjoying her new celebrity status in the Jewish dog community. She is delighted to support a worthwhile cause.”
For just £5 a month for up to three animals, each PETron receives a handpicked toy, an ‘I’m a PETron’ tag, a personalised certificate and a chance to enter the annual competition.
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