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Caption Competition

13:29 UK time, Friday, 12 March 2010

Winning entries in the Caption Competition.

The competition is now closed. Full rules can be seen here [PDF].


This week it's army dog handler Sergeant David Heyhoe and his explosives search dog Treo at Crufts. The eight-year-old black Labrador - who has the animal equivalent of a Victoria Cross for saving the lives of the soldiers in Afghanistan - has been nominated for the Friend For Life award at the show.

Thanks to all who entered. The prize of a small amount of kudos to the following:

6. Tom Webb
"Now, with our allies sworn in to uphold our cause, it is time to start our operation 'shock and awe' on the cats."

5. Cairngorm McWomble
"What's that Petey? There are two kids trapped in the old mine..."

4. trishinstock
Treo stopped in the middle of Sergeant Heyhoe's favourite patticake game as he sensed a man two miles off just unwrapping a double bacon cheezburger with curly fries.

3. NickR
Where Beagles Dare.

2. IllPhil
"I am a dog and therefore do not understand the concept of bravery or medals. However, if you would like to give me a biscuit, I do understand those."

1. DarrenFarr
"Victoria cross? She will be when she discovers the mess I've left on her carpet!"


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