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Brodie is a fan of Judge's Choice

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Brodie is a fan of Judge's Choice

This gorgeous 18-month-old Labradoodle pup is Brodie Sumpter. Labradoodles are known for their intelligence, affection, sociability and cheerful disposition. Brodie is certainly a smart pup as he loves eating Nature’s Harvest Chicken & Brown Rice wet dog food with some Nature’s Harvest Wheat Gluten Free mixer stirred in!! Labradoodles are often ‘fussy’ eaters.  This is understandable when you consider that manufactured brands of dog food can contain questionable ingredients, including meat by-products, artificial flavourings/colourings, fillers and preservatives!  Nature’s Harvest is the perfect solution.  100% natural, made with human grade ingredients, including fresh meat, fish, brown rice and vegetables, with a high...

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Christmas Treats for our Local Service Dogs

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Christmas Treats for our Local Service Dogs
Hundreds of working dogs will be out with their handlers on Christmas Day and we at Judges Choice wanted to show our appreciation by treating some local dogs who work so hard, looking after RAF Northolt, being only a few miles from our office.

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Cats vs Cucumbers

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Cats vs Cucumbers

Cats vs Cucumbers We have all seen them – the videos on the internet showing that cats are terrified – utterly terrified – always titled similar to Cats vs Cucumbers. Why on Earth is this? What possible reason could a cat have for a deep-seated fear of a harmless vegetable (or is it a fruit? It’s a fruit, isn’t it?). As well as the fear factor, why do people do it? In the majority of the on-line videos, the cat owners can be seen sneaking up behind their pets as they’re facing the other way – usually with their head...

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History of the dog human relationship

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History of the dog human relationship

A dog human relationship Researchers estimate that the history of humans and dogs co-existing reachesback some 15,000 years (though there are some disputed remains dating from36,000 years ago!). Archeologists have found lots of samples of canine fossilremains along with human remains at prehistoric sites. The dog was the firstdomesticated species. Modern domestic dogs evolved, by a number of different paths, from Asianwolves. The ancestors of our dogs seem to have chosen to live in mutuallybeneficial relationships with humans for food, warmth, and eventually,companionship. The theory is that the boldest of wolves scavenged leftoversdiscarded by early humans on the edges of...

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Congratulations to the winners at Moray Firth Spaniel & Retriever Trials!

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Congratulations to the winners at Moray Firth Spaniel & Retriever Trials!

Judge's Choice and Country Pursuit are proud sponsors of the Moray Firth Spaniel & Retriever Trial at Altyre Estate and wish to congratulate all the award winners at this event. Results:1st and Best Yellow - Billy Steel with Mitforton Oscar of Leadburn2nd - Paul Dixon with Greenbriar TangoBest Mark: Donny Leitch, Garshake Dunbar   We would also like to give special thanks to the Judges Mr Roddy Forbes, Mr Mike Rolland, Mrs Janice Cunningham & John MacColl, also, to everyone who helped to make the day happen. 

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