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After another tough tournament and hundreds of votes we're back with another dog v dog finale, as Albie the Alaskan shepherd takes on Felix German shorthaired pointer.

In this last round, one animal will be voted on by readers to win this month's competition – receiving the coveted title of November's Pet of The Month.

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Who should win November's Kent Pets Tournament?
Who should win November's Kent Pets Tournament?

Albie the Alaskan shepherd

Albie is an all white, Alaskan Shepherd, who is three in December
Albie is an all white, Alaskan Shepherd, who is three in December

Albie is an all white, Alaskan shepherd, who is three in December.

His owners explained Albie was never intended to be a lockdown puppy but they are so thankful he came into their lives when he did because without him, lockdown would’ve been a lot more boring!

They say Albie is the most happy, smiley, gentle and fluffiest dog you will come across.

No matter how you’re feeling, he will always be able to put a smile back on your face.

His owners said he is such a playful and cheeky boy, that no moment is ever dull when Albie is around.

Albie is the most happy, smiley, gentle and fluffiest dog you will come across
Albie is the most happy, smiley, gentle and fluffiest dog you will come across

Albie's owners said: "We have had our moments where he has pushed his limits to see how cheeky he can be.

"These include a time where I had just got a brand new limited edition pair of Nike trainers, I absolutely adored them but it seemed Albie did as well.

"During the night, he managed to find said trainers and chew the back of them off but annoyingly it was only one trainer he seemed to enjoy.

"Another time, I had just been gifted a lovely designer purse for my birthday and it was something I had wanted for so long.

"My partner asked me to get something out my purse, but when I had gone to find it, it was gone.

Albie is a playful and cheeky boy
Albie is a playful and cheeky boy

"After a few minutes of trying to figure out where it was, we noticed that a certain fluffy dog was running around the garden with a very proud face on him, whilst holding the purse in his mouth!

"Luckily, this one didn’t came back chewed and we had got it back intact.

"Probably the most traumatic but now funniest one to us, is the time we had got a call from my partner's dad who was looking after him for the day to say he couldn’t find Albie.

"We were all very panicked and searching the streets for him, only to have the postman come knocking on the door with Albie.

"He had taken himself out of the house (we still do not know how), and walked himself up to the local kebab shop!!

Albie can be a little bit naughty
Albie can be a little bit naughty

"Unfortunately for him, it was far too early for him to grab a chicken wrap but he did seem to be proud of himself for the trip."

These are just a few stories shared by Albie's owners who love the fluffy white bear so much.

Albie is a bit of a poser
Albie is a bit of a poser

Felix the German shorthaired pointer

Felix is a four-month-old German shorthaired pointer
Felix is a four-month-old German shorthaired pointer

Felix is a four-month-old German shorthaired pointer.

He is one of a litter of 10 and loves cheese.

Felix has recently discovered the joy of peanut butter
Felix has recently discovered the joy of peanut butter

He has recently discovered the joy of peanut butter and has loads of toys.

However, he will abandon them all if there’s an unworn slipper nearby.

Felix has an unbelievable ability to spread out and occupy most of the sofa
Felix has an unbelievable ability to spread out and occupy most of the sofa

Felix has an unbelievable ability to spread out and occupy most of the sofa.

He loves cuddles and will snuggle into his human’s necks and his mission in life is to get onto the human’s bed and stay there!

To read more about Kent’s furry, flying and finned friends, click here.

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