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Find out how your pet could star in a new TV show

PUBLISHED: 17:12 13 June 2018

Your pet could feature in this new show Picture: RSPCA SUFFOLK EAST AND IPSWICH

Your pet could feature in this new show Picture: RSPCA SUFFOLK EAST AND IPSWICH

A new TV show is looking for pets with quirky, funny, and embarrassing traits to star in a teatime series.

The producers of Come Dine With Me are on the look for dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, alpacas, hedgehogs, ferrets and guinea pigs to become TV stars.

The show will have a team of qualified vets and behaviourists who will answer owners questions about pets medical and behavioural issues and unique habits.

The show will cover issues from a dog chewing on everything in the house, a parrot with an extreme temperature to a cat with bad dandruff.

Pet owners who are interested in applying are asked to email embrassingpets@shiver.tv or call 0161 952 1756.

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