Published: 06:00, 17 September 2021
After another tough tournament we're back with another dog v dog finale, as Jimmy the cocker King Charles cross takes on Joe the border collie.
In this last round, one animal will be voted on by readers to win this month's competition – receiving the coveted title of September's Pet of The Month.
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For those new to the game, every month we choose eight pets across Kent for readers to explore the lives of and vote on to be crowned Kent's Pet of the Month.
Every week readers can vote on pairs of animals who go head-to-head, or tail-to-tail, to win a place in the next round until only one remains.
If you're interested in entering next month's round for October, email details about your pet (such as pictures, name, breed, age and fun stories) to email@example.com
Jimmy the cocker King Charles cross
Jimmy is a 12-year-old cocker King Charles cross who loves to chase squirrels in the garden.
His family brought him when he was just eight-weeks-old, although he still acts like a pup he does forget he can’t run as fast as he used to!
Jimmy's family say he listens like a human when you're talking to him and if you give him a piece of ham, he will literally do anything.
His favourite toy is his honky pig and every time his owners buy him a new one he bites the honker and stuffing out of them without fail.
Jimmy is his family's best friend.
Joe the border collie
Joe is an 11-year-old border collie who loves football and chilling in the garden, no matter what the weather.
Fluffy and full of love, Joe brings a smile to everyone he meets, enjoying pets from strangers and family.
Due to his old age, Joe was recently diagnosed with diabetes, sadly one of his symptoms included him becoming blind.
However, this hasn't stopped the pooch from playing his favourite games.
Joe is very smart and knows all of his toys by name and despite his poor eyesight he is still a master at fetch and is able to retrieve his teddies with no problem.
The collie is obsessed with helicopters and despite not being able to see them he looks to the sky and barks when one flies overhead.
His owner jokes that he probably wouldn't know what to do with himself if he caught one!
Joe loves the outside and although he has his creature comforts indoors he'd rather sit in the garden all day hiding under his owners' plants in a massive hole he's dug.
He will be turning 12 in December and is looking forward to many Christmas treats.