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Hampstead Garden Suburb pooch wins Jewish charity’s cutest pet competition

PUBLISHED: 16:39 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:39 06 March 2018

Mini Goodman. Picture: ZAC GOODMAN

Mini Goodman. Picture: ZAC GOODMAN

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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.

Ashley Blaker judges the finalists with his children. Picture: ASHLEY BLAKERAshley Blaker judges the finalists with his children. Picture: 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.

To register email Yael on yael@jbd.org


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